As of September 24, 2019, an estimated 1.2 million employees will be eligible for overtime in 2020. This came about with an increase in the “white collar” exemption by the U.S. Department of Labor. It supports the mandate for overtime pay included in … [Continue reading] about Additional Employees Are Eligible for Overtime in 2020
Statistics on vaping-related diseases and deaths rise almost daily, it seems. On August 23, the first vape-related death was found. This patient used vaping for the nicotine content.Another five deaths were reported within a month – some using … [Continue reading] about Statistics on Vaping-related Diseases and Deaths Rise
Is your Uber driver a contractor or employee? What about the person delivering your favorite meal through DoorDash? California legislators passed a bill, called AB 5, on September 11 requiring employers that utilize contract workers to perform … [Continue reading] about Contractor or Employee? California Legislature Decides.
E-cigarettes and teen risks become more evident as teens, young adults, and even children are showing the danger signs of using these e-cigarettes in all their various forms. What are e-cigarettes? An e-cigarette comes in many forms, … [Continue reading] about E-Cigarettes and Teen Risks
With passage in the House and Senate of a 9/11 first responders bill, and signed by the president, there is finally one less worry for 9/11 responders. This legislation is named for three responders who gave their lives in the aftermath of 9/11. It … [Continue reading] about Finally, One Less Worry for 9/11 Responders