Management Update
Volume 5, Issue 1
January 2016
FLSA Violations Can Land You In Jail
Everyone knows that the FLSA requires that employees be paid overtime when they work over 40 hours in a work week and that the Act provides for penalties and attorney's fees when an employer fails to do so. However, many employers are not aware that they can also do jail time for violating the FLSA. Full article by Jerry L. Stovall, Jr. here. 
The EEOC, DOL and OFCCP Announce Deadlines for Final Rules
The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) indicated in its November regulatory agenda that it plans to finalize two rules governing employer wellness programs under the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and the Genetic Information Non-Discrimination Act (GINA) by February 2016. Full article by Jerry L. Stovall, Jr. here. 
Healthcare Providers Beware, OSHA Is Targeting Your Workplace Violence Programs, And It Is Going to Cost You...

If you have been reading the tea leaves lately, you have noticed that the federal government has recently taken steps designed to reduce the number of injuries suffered by workers in healthcare industries due to assaults. While the goal is laudable, the process may well end up costing you dearly. Full article by Jerry L. Stovall, Jr. here. 
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