How much do you know about employment law? If you’re a leader in an organization, having a base knowledge about how to limit your liability is prudent. Today, three current hot spots in employment law and what you need to know.
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1. Social media
One general best practice is to have a social media policy if you don’t already have one.
Social media guidelines from the National Labor Relations board (see pages 22-24)
2. Employment classification
Independent contractor vs. employees
United States Department of Labor 6-factor economic realities test
United States Department of Labor on independent contractors
Internal Revenue Service Section 530 relief requirements
California Department of Industrial Relations on worker misclassification
3. Wages and hours
United States Department of Labor Overtime Pay Requirements of the FLSA
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