Monthly Archives: December 2015

  Far-Reaching Changes Are On the Horizon, Part II Independent Contractor Analysis Updated Guidance. The standard salary level adjustment for exempt employees has been proposed at the same time as guidance from the USDOL (in Administrator’s Interpretation No. 2015-1), regarding … Continue reading

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Far-Reaching Changes Are On the Horizon, Part I Exempt v. Nonexempt Criteria. The Department of Labor has issued some revised guidance regarding overtime classification standards under the Fair Labor Standards Act. The DOL expects that 11 million employees will be … Continue reading

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Correcting Deficient Medical Certifications A recent Third Circuit case reconfirms the importance of following up on medical certification if there is any question about its completeness or clarity. An employee requested intermittent FMLA leave from her employer and provided certification … Continue reading

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  New DOL FMLA Forms. Early this summer, the Department of Labor updated the model FMLA Notices and Medical Certification forms. Interestingly, there are not a lot of changes to the forms. The only notable change is a reference to … Continue reading

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