Category Archives: Exemptions

Top Five 2013 Resolutions for Employers

The year 2013 will be another challenging year for employers. Unions and plaintiffs’ attorneys will be emboldened by the government’s aggressive post election energy.  If you don’t know what to do first here are five things to act on promptly. … Continue reading

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Beware of the Myths

A number of employers, even experienced or sophisticated employers sometimes believe, (or fool themselves in believing), some common myths about what is legal when it comes to employees.   Here are the some of the most common: MYTH #1        “Oh, I’ll … Continue reading

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Three Steps To Take Right Away

No matter how many employees you have or what industry you are in, the current economic climate provides a good breeding ground for several specific problems. Here is a short list of potential issues and steps you can take now: … Continue reading

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