- Live from the White House – An Inside Perspective of the State of the Union
- Is Your Company Complying with the New OSHA Reporting Requirements?
- It’s That Time of Year Again!
- A Reminder About the Dangers of Employee Misclassification
- The General Counsel of the NLRB Opens the Door for Franchisors to be Liable for the Actions of their Franchisees
- For the Arizonans – Fantastic Local Organizations
- Labor and Employment State Bar Convention
- Yet Another Reason to Prohibit Texting While Driving
- The Department of Labor Proposes to Redefine “Spouse” in the FMLA
- What About the Volunteers?
- Attorney Jeanne D. Graca Joins the Denver Office of Snell & Wilmer January 29, 2015
- Snell & Wilmer Hosts Third Annual Charity Mixer in Las Vegas Attracting More Than 20 Local Philanthropic Organizations January 26, 2015
- Elizabeth Weldon Elected as Girls Incorporated of Orange County Board of Directors President Elect January 15, 2015
- Snell & Wilmer Hosts Nevada-Shenzhen Reception, Furthering Trade, Commerce and Investment Opportunities Between China and the Silver State January 13, 2015
- Snell & Wilmer Partner M.C. Sungaila to Interview Chief Justice of California at UCLA-RAND Conference January 8, 2015
Category Archives: FLSA
It seems like these days we hear all about interns – are they properly classified? Do we have to pay them? But what about volunteers? If a company or nonprofit has volunteers, it MUST evaluate whether it is properly classifying … Continue reading
How forgotten is the highly compensated employee exemption? So much so that I even forgot I made a video discussing it a few weeks ago to post on the blog. What it comes down to is this- the Fair Labor … Continue reading
In Christopher v. SmithKline Beecham Corp., the Supreme Court ruled on whether pharmaceutical sales representatives are properly classified as exempt under the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA). Short answer – Yes. The FLSA requires that employees are paid at least … Continue reading
Department of Labor Issues Request for Information and Preliminary Interpretations for Nursing Mother Break Time Amendment
On December 21, 2010, the Department of Labor (DOL) published its request for information in the Federal Register regarding the recent amendment to the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) requiring employers to provide a reasonable break time and a place … Continue reading