The growth of contingent workers in the digital marketplace is one of the biggest trends of 2016 and has spawned a new term, the "gig economy." On this podcast, Fisher Phillips employment attorney Rich Meneghello discusses what the gig economy means for employers.
One of the nation's leading wage and hour authorities, Tammy McCutchen, discusses a new resource now available through XpertHR that will help employers steer clear of trouble with the new Department of Labor overtime rules.
The recent announcement that the minimum salary for overtime-exempt employees will roughly double from $23,660 to $47,476 is attracting nationwide attention. On this podcast, we examine what employers need to do to comply with ComplianceHR's Tammy McCutchen, one of the nation's leading wage and hour authorities.
On this podcast, one of the nation's leading authorities on wage and hour laws weighs in on what the Department of Labor's recent joint employer rule changes mean for employers. "Every word of it is concerning," says Littler Mendelson's Tammy McCutchen. She adds that the new standards could lead to a decrease in subcontracting and franchising.
The Supreme Court will soon decide a Fair Labor Standards Act case that could impact future employment class actions. This podcast features on-the-scene coverage, including what was on the justices' minds.
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 this XpertHR podcast.
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