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Why Isn’t The FLSA Minimum Wage $33 An Hour?

From one of our Fisher & Phillips wage-hour impresarios, John Thompson. Why Isn’t The FLSA Minimum Wage $33 An Hour? U.S. Senator Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) recently asked during a Senate committee hearing why the federal Fair Labor Standards Act’s $7.25-per-hour … Continue reading

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The Care and Feeding Of Counsel

My Las Vegas partner, Mark Ricciardi, recently posted the Fourth Part of his Blog on “Ten Reasons to Find a New Labor Employment Attorney.” I respect Mark’s opinions because he maintains some of our most enthusiastic clients. Over the next … Continue reading

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Can I Get In Trouble “Rounding” Employee’s Time?

Is It OK To “Round” An Employee’s Worktime? November 30, 2012 01:00 by John E. Thompson For many years, some employers have chosen to “round” non-exempt employees’ time entries in computing their wages. News items in recent days have reported … Continue reading

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