9th Circuit asks CA Supreme Court for Meal & Break Clarification

COLE V. CRST VAN EXPEDITED, 9TH Circuit asks the CA Supreme Court 2 questions to determine whether California Employers should be held accountable to more than just posting a wage order that states they have a duty to provide but not police breaks. Are they required to provide and follow a formal policy? And should they be required to keep track of breaks? What are the presumptions if they do not? We will have to wait and see what the California Supreme Court decides. … More 9th Circuit asks CA Supreme Court for Meal & Break Clarification

Employee Expense Reimbursement

I received a blog update from HR Defense by Akerman regarding new employer obligations imposed by law passed in Illinois today. It covers employee expense reimbursement, New Poster/Notice Requirement and Right to Sue Requests, Equal Pay for African-American Employees, Nursing Mothers, The Illinois Service Member and Reemployment Rights Act, and Expanded Time to File Discrimination … More Employee Expense Reimbursement

What Does a Good Hire Look Like – Make Sure the Hiring Team is in Consensus

Hiring and why collaborating to establish with the team what a good hire looks like on paper before you start the process can improve your results. If you work in HR and are responsible for recruiting, you know that finding the right candidate is not as easy as it sounds, especially in today’s market where … More What Does a Good Hire Look Like – Make Sure the Hiring Team is in Consensus

Judge Rules ACA Unconstitutional?

I was scanning my email this morning and saw an article by Joel Wallace and Tara L. Kurtis with The National Law Review titled ‘U.S. Pharmaceutical and Biologics Industries Could See Steep Potential Consequences from Texas Judge’s ACA Decision.‘ The article was written to promote how the ruling will impact U.S. pharmaceutical and biologics industries … More Judge Rules ACA Unconstitutional?