Use this workflow to determine how to properly pay final wages to an employee whose employment has ended, either in accordance with or in the absence of a state final pay law.
Updated to remove December 1, 2016, overtime requirements that will not be implemented or enforced.
With all of the fireworks surrounding the current political climate, some big changes in a major US territory may have flown under the radar. Puerto Rico has dramatically overhauled some key employment laws, and this podcast takes a look with Littler employment attorney Shiara Diloné.
As mandated by the Connecticut Department of Labor, all employers should provide the Connecticut UC-61 Separation Notice to employees upon termination.
Updated to reflect a law restricting forum selection clauses relevant to employee terminations, effective January 1, 2017.
Updated to include information on Cuevas v. Wentworth Group, which relates to the use of expert testimony as proof in certain claims for emotional distress.
Updated to include information on Capeggi v. Arche, Inc., which clarified requirements for valid, written employment contracts as opposed to at-will employment.
An employer must file this form with the Georgia Department of Labor within 48 hours following a mass separation of 25 or more employees in one establishment on the same day for the same reason (other than a labor dispute).
Guidance for HR on understanding and complying with federal and state law regarding legal and fair employee terminations.