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Important Things Employers Should Take Away from the “Varsity Blues” College Fraud Admissions Scandal
Important Things Employers Should Take Away from the “Varsity Blues” College Fraud Admissions Scandal

The recent “Varsity Blues” scandal that has been eating up headlines lately is an excellent reminder that employers need to take the time to reexamine the way their operations are run to determine any potential issues that might arise. The “Varsity Blues” scandal involved ...

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  • Important Things Employers Should Take Away from the “Varsity Blues” College Fraud Admissions Scandal

    The recent “Varsity Blues” scandal that has been eating up headlines lately is an excellent reminder that employers need to take the time to reexamine ...

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  • Warning Signs of Workplace Discrimination

    No one wants to work in a hostile environment, and the law is designed to keep employees protected from such behavior. However, discrimination in the ...

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  • U.S. Women’s National Soccer Team Files Lawsuit Under EPA

    Last month, the players on the U.S. women’s national soccer team filed a lawsuit against the United States Soccer Federation. The lawsuit, which was ...

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  • DOL Proposes Salary Increase for White Collar Overtime Exemptions

    The United States Department of Labor recently released the details of a proposal that would increase the minimum salary for overtime exemptions for ...

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  • EEO-1 Pay Data Reporting Rule Reinstated by Judge

    In the past, employers with 100 or more employees and federal contractors with 50 or more employees were required to file annual Employer Information ...

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  • Starbucks Off-the-Clock Work Case

    Employers in the state of California have been dealing with lawsuits in recent years over small amounts of time employees spend on minor tasks before ...

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