The Department of Labor’s guidance reminds employers to pay their remote workers for all hours worked and make a reasonable effort to determine those hours.
The California division of the Occupational Safety and Health Administration has released new emergency standards to prevent the spread of COVID-19 in workplaces.
The Fair Labor Standards Act requires employers to pay hourly workers for every hour worked, yet many employees take advantage of the system — costing companies billions of dollars in lost productivity.
The National Labor Relations Board issued guidelines to define the joint-employer relationship, though the rule was struck down in federal court.
Colorado voters passed Proposition 118, which will require employers to provide 12 weeks of paid time off to workers for childbirth or other family emergencies.