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Department of Labor Announces Details of Final Overtime Rule
Yesterday, the U.S. Department of Labor announced the final details of its overtime rule in a fact sheet issued prior to publication in the Federal Register.
New PBJ Reporting Requirements for Long-Term Care Facilities
The latest in Section 6106 of the Affordable Care Act compliance is payroll-based journal (PBJ) reporting, affecting nursing homes and other long-term care facilities.
U.S. Department of Labor Moves to Finalize Overtime Expansion
On March 14, 2016 the U.S. Department of Labor submitted its overtime rule to the White House Office of Management and Budget (OMB) for review. Once finalized, the rule is expected to expand
4 Key Challenges for Charter Schools to Ace Now
A cultural shift is happening in the education industry that challenges existing practices - how labor is allocated, how hiring is managed, how talent is evaluated and how teachers are empowered. This “new” approach is a plea to fix existing problems, so instead of constantly jumping through hoops, charter school leaders can focus on reaching academic excellence.
Employee Engagement and the Home-Improvement Industry
Last year, one major home-improvement chain made national news when it announced it would introduce a new sales associate, OSHbot, a customer-service robot that assists shoppers in finding the products they’re looking for in stores. The announcement prompted HBO’s Last Week Tonight show, hosted by John Oliver, to produce a segment on the importance of real, human sales assistants in home-improvement stores. Oliver’s argument was that sales assistants are not there to help people buy things; they’re there to “stop couples from tearing each other apart.”