Overtime Myth: Employers Must Pay Overtime Nights & Weekends

Employee Overtime Myths Blog Series

Myths 4 & 5: Employers Must Pay Overtime for Nights & Weekends Welcome back to the newest post in the blog series: 11 Employee Overtime Myths. To help you navigate employee overtime classification, we broke one of our most popular whitepapers down into an easily digestible series. The regulatory environment of employee overtime is very…

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Overtime Myth: Salaried Employees Cannot Earn Overtime Pay

Employee Overtime Myths Blog Series

Myth 3: Salaried Employees Cannot Earn Overtime Pay Welcome back to the newest post in the blog series: 11 Employee Overtime Myths. To help you navigate employee overtime classification, we broke one of our most popular whitepapers down into an easily digestible series. The regulatory environment of employee overtime is very complicated, and often confusing.…

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Overtime Myth: White-Collar Jobs Are Exempt from Overtime Pay

Employee Overtime Myths Blog Series

Myth 2: White-Collar or Management Jobs Are Always Exempt from Overtime Pay Welcome back to the newest post in the blog series: 11 Employee Overtime Myths. To help you navigate employee overtime classification, we broke one of our most popular whitepapers down into an easily digestible series. The regulatory environment of employee overtime is very…

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Employee Overtime Myths: Introduction & Myth 1

Employee Overtime Myths Blog Series

Overtime Introduction & Myth 1: Employers Must Pay Overtime to Any Employee Working Over 40 Hours Welcome to the first myth in the blog series on the 11 Employee Overtime Myths: Employees Working Over 40 Hours. This series was written to help you navigate the very complicated, and often confusing, regulatory environment of employee overtime…

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The Navigator Independent Contractor Program Guide

Navigator Independent Contractor Program Guide Supports Proper Employee Classifcation

The Navigator Independent Contractor Program Guide Navigator Independent Contractor is up-to-date, including the most current independent contractor regulations from the DOL’s March 11, 2024 update. Make sure your organization is getting the most out of your organization’s Navigator Independent Contractor subscription. This solution ensures your worker classification determinations are accurate, up-to-date, and legally compliant. To…

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Avoiding Common Pitfalls of Workplace Investigations

Avoiding Common Pitfalls of Workplace Investigations

Avoiding Common Pitfalls of Workplace Investigations Workplace investigations are important in today’s highly litigious workplace, but they can be tricky to execute properly. Building off of our January webinar, Conducting Effective Workplace Investigations, this presentation will help employers understand not only how to conduct an investigation, but how you can avoid common pitfalls. During this 60-minute…

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HR Update: Mental Health Issues in the Workplace

Mental Health Issues in the Workplace

HR Update: Mental Health Issues in the Workplace Employees are struggling now, more than ever, with mental health issues. Moreover, the need to deal with these issues is affecting both employees and employers. Since 2020, the separation between work and home has been fuzzier than in the past, and employers face the need to learn…

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The Navigator Overtime Program Guide

Navigator Overtime Overtime program guide

The Navigator Overtime Program Guide With employee overtime exemption criteria changing rapidly, it’s critical you understand how you can get the most out of your Navigator Overtime subscription. We’re pleased to announce the new Navigator Overtime Program Guide. This resource walks you through everything you need to know to create an overtime classification program with…

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Essential New York Independent Contractor Issues

Essential New York Independent Contractor Issues

Essential New York Independent Contractor Issues Engaging an independent contractor seems like a quick and economic solution for many businesses, but this area of employment law presents many challenges, especially in New York. With state-specific determinations and tests, sweeping new statewide legislation, local laws, and endless pitfalls, it is increasingly more difficult for employers to…

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