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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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  • 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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  • California's Governor Signs New Employment Laws for 2019

    On September 30th, 2018, California Governor Jerry Brown signed and vetoed bills that will substantially alter the employment laws for businesses ...

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  • Human Trafficking Notices for Employers

    The Office of the Attorney General has come out with updated human trafficking notices for employers in the state of California. California state law ...

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  • Harassment Task Force Reconvenes in Wake of #MeToo Movement

    Several legal experts, entrepreneurs, nonprofit workers, and labor advocates recently spoke at an Equal Employment Opportunity Commission meeting held ...

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  • Fired From Work By Tweet

    Headlines were made last month when Secretary of State Rex Tillerson found out he was fired from his post by President Trump via Twitter . In addition ...

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  • Tipped Workers Are Now Protected from Sharing Tips with Their Boss

    Congress recently passed a bipartisan bill that details how the U.S federal government will spend $1.3 trillion. Included in the bill, was allocations ...

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  • What Can I Do If I Experienced Sexual Harassment at Work?

    Under the U.S. Equal Opportunity Employment Commission (EEOC), sexual harassment in the workplace is defined as unwelcome sexual advances or conduct ...

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  • New Cal/OSHA Rules Come Into Effect This Year

    With a new year comes changes and updates to existing labor regulations that employers and employees need to pay close attention to. The last thing an ...

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