Editor's Choice

All Items: Wage and Hour

  • July 1, 2024: Are You Ready for These Employment Law Compliance Requirements?

    More than 50 federal, state and local employment law requirements take effect on or around July 1, 2024, covering topics such as overtime pay, minimum wage, pregnancy accommodations, retirement benefits, leaves of absence and more. Now is the time to review these developments and ensure your organization is ready to comply.

  • January 1, 2024: Employers Ring in the New Year With New Compliance Requirements

    More than 140 federal, state, and local employment law requirements take effect on or around January 1, 2024, covering topics such as minimum wage, employee leaves, fair pay, payroll and more. Now is the time to review these developments and ensure your organization is ready to comply.

  • HR Priorities for 2024

    Date:
    December 5, 2023

    From the evolving nature of artificial intelligence to possible legislation relating to leave and immigration, HR must be proactive and determine how to approach its priorities going into 2024. This resource addresses the top priorities for HR for the coming year.

  • DOL Overtime Rule Workplace Resource Center

    Brightmine rounds up key resources and tracks recent updates to help employers prepare to comply with the 2024 overtime rule from the US Department of Labor.

  • How to Prepare for the Overtime Rule's Effects on Pay Equity, Benefits and More

    In addition to the core wage and hour requirements, the overtime rule proposed by the US Department of Labor (DOL) also will affect several other HR responsibilities - from pay transparency to compensation to employee engagement and more.

  • Estimating Compensation Costs for Salaried Exempt Employees

    A proposed rule from the US Department of Labor would raise the minimum weekly salary for most employees exempt from the overtime requirements of the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) from $684 to $844 on July 1, 2024, and then to $1,128 on January 1, 2025. This tool can help an employer estimate the costs of different options for compensating employees who are currently classified as exempt but are paid a salary of less than $1,128 per week.

  • July 2023 Brings Host of New Workplace Compliance Requirements

    Date:
    July 3, 2023

    New federal, state and local employment law requirements will take effect on or about July 1, covering topics such as minimum wage, privacy, artificial intelligence, workplace violence and more. Now is the time to review these developments and ensure your organization is ready to comply.

  • January 1, 2023: New Year Brings in 130+ New Compliance Requirements

    Date:
    December 16, 2022

    New federal, state and local employment laws will take effect on January 1, 2023, covering topics such as minimum wage, pay equity, employee leaves, payroll and more. Employers should review these developments and make any needed updates their policies and procedures.

  • California Employers: January 2023 Brings Host of New Employment Laws

    Many new state and local employment laws will take effect in California on January 1, covering topics such as minimum wage, pay equity, discrimination, workplace safety and more. California employers should review these developments and take steps now to ensure they are ready to comply.

  • Breastfeeding/Lactation Accommodation in the Workplace

    XpertHR offers various tools and resources to assist an employer in managing employees who are breastfeeding.

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Editor's Choice: HR and legal considerations for employers regarding federal and state wage and hour laws.