Monthly Archives: April 2016

Office Pools and Workplace Solicitations…Are You Taking a Gamble?

Before you kick back with a box of Thin Mints to watch the next NCAA championship game, you may want to take a moment to consider your company’s policies with respect to workplace gambling and solicitation. Sure, that March Madness office pool you’re participating in is fun, and those Girl Scout cookies your colleague sold […]

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Hiring Interns? How to Ensure You Have a Legal Internship Program

It’s that time of year when companies begin seeking out student interns.  Internships provide invaluable experience to students and also benefit companies. However, it is important to ensure your company is not running afoul of any laws covering interns. One of the most important considerations is whether to have paid or unpaid interns.  The issue […]

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Big Changes Coming to Overtime Requirements: Are You Prepared?

This fall, many employers may find themselves with significantly greater overtime pay obligations than they have ever had before. This is because, if new rules proposed by the Department of Labor go into effect as expected, the minimum salary levels for certain classifications of non-exempt employees under the Fair Labor Standards Act will dramatically increase. […]

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