Nevada employers that offer qualifying health benefits must continue to pay nonexempt employees at least $7.25 per hour. All other Nevada employers must continue to pay nonexempt employees at least $8.25 per hour.
What must employers know about the Affordable Care Act in 2015? A new XpertHR podcast features insights from New Jersey employment attorney Jim Anelli, who heads LeClairRyan's Affordable Care Act team about the latest developments involving the ACA.
The Independent Contractors: New Jersey section of the Employment Law Manual has been updated to reflect the New Jersey Supreme Court's ruling that the ABC Test must be used to determine whether a worker is an employee or an independent contractor under the state's overtime and wage payment laws.
Four new entries have been added to the Legal Timetable, and the Employment Law Manual and a Quick Reference chart were updated to reflect the passage of a new minimum wage ordinance in Louisville, Kentucky.
With wage theft claims ensnaring an increasing number of US employers, XpertHR Legal Editor Michael Cardman discusses this troubling trend and steps well-intentioned employers can take to avoid a lawsuit in the latest XpertHR podcast.
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