We discuss the misclassification of non-exempt employees regularly here on the blog and in our presentations at conferences and webinars, but a reader of the blog wrote me before the holiday weekend to ask about the reverse situation.
The HBO show “Game of Thrones” is a popular show for nerds and non-nerds alike. And if you also happen to be a beer nerd, Brewery Ommegang has been making a series of Game of Thrones-inspired beers in a collaboration with HBO.
North Carolina Adds a New Square to the Patchwork Quilt of State-by-State Treatment of Hydraulic Fracturing
New York State garnered worldwide media attention on December 17, 2014, when Governor Andrew Cuomo’s administration announced after six years of study that it was instating a complete ban on high-volume hydraulic fracturing statewide.
Last Friday, Baker Hughes announced that the oil rig count fell again for the 24th straight week. Newsworthy? Hardly.
In the 1960s, television shows were simple compared to today. The sound stage sets were not complicated.
The Swiss and U.S. Justice Departments dealt a crippling blow to FIFA yesterday with a whopping 14 indictments of the soccer organization’s executives. And though it’ll be years before we know the final score, this run is far from done.
Recalls are in the news as much as ever. The number of units recalled in 2014 eclipsed the total from 2010-2013, combined.
Obama Administration Issues Proposed Rule and Guidance for Implementing “Fair Pay and Safe Workplaces”
On May 28, 2015, the Obama Administration published the highly-anticipated Proposed Rule and Proposed Guidanceimplementing the “Fair Pay and Safe Workplaces” Executive Order, (E.O.) which President Obama issued on July 31, 2014.
The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) released on Tuesday, May 26, 2015, news of a major data breach, estimated to have affected 100,000 U.S. households’ tax returns.
We recently came across a news story that inspired us to draft this post: A Wisconsin woman and a kangaroo enter a restaurant.