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Arkansas Disciplinary Notices

Monday, November 23rd, 2009
Posted by Tamara
Written warnings to employees are a valuable tool in an Arkansas company’s “toolbox” of disciplinary procedures.

The written warning has at least two important advantages.

First, it carries considerable weight with an employee – usually more weight than a simple verbal reprimand.

Second, ... continue reading

Exempt Employees in New Jersey

Friday, April 18th, 2008
Posted by Diane

Employees in the state of New Jersey may be exempt from coverage by the Fair Labor Standards Act as long as they meet a few basic requirements. The FLSA is a federal Act that helps to ensure that employees in states across the country are compensated fairly for the work ... continue reading

Title VII Minnesota

Friday, April 18th, 2008
Posted by Diane

Title VII is a federal Act that applies to both public and private employers in states across the country, including in the state of Minnesota. The purpose of the Act is to ensure that all employees are treated fairly in the workplace by their employers. Title VII is actually an ... continue reading

Exempt Employee Status for Outside Sales Staff in Oregon

Friday, April 18th, 2008
Posted by Diane

When an employee is exempt from coverage, it means that the employee is exempt from coverage by the Fair Labor Standards Act. Outside sales people may qualify for exempt status as long as they meet certain requirements that are outlined below.

The FLSA is a federal Act that impacts ... continue reading

Exempt Employee Status for Outside Sales in South Carolina

Thursday, April 17th, 2008
Posted by Diane

When an employee is considered to be exempt in South Carolina, the employee is exempt from coverage under the Fair Labor Standards Act. Many types of employees may be exempt from coverage under this Act, including outside sales people.

The FLSA is a federal Act that is in place ... continue reading

Title VII Utah

Thursday, April 17th, 2008
Posted by Diane

Title VII is an amendment to the Civil Rights Act of 1964, which helps to ensure that employees are treated equally in the workplace. Because the Act is a federal Act, it could apply to employees in the state of Utah just as it applies to employees in all states ... continue reading

FLSA for Executives and Administrators Minnesota

Tuesday, April 15th, 2008
Posted by Diane

The Fair Labor Standards Act is a federal Act that applies to employees in states across the country, including employees in the state of Minnesota. The Act is in place in order to ensure that employees are compensated fairly for the work that they perform for an employer. However, the ... continue reading

FLSA for Executives and Administrators in Texas

Thursday, April 3rd, 2008
Posted by Diane

The Fair Labor Standards Act is a federal Act that is in place for employers and employees in states across the country, including the state of Texas. The Act is in place in order to ensure that employers compensate their employees fairly for the work that the employees perform. It ... continue reading

Title VII in Tennessee

Thursday, April 3rd, 2008
Posted by Diane

Title VII is an amendment to the Civil Rights Act of 1964, which is a federal Act. Because it is a federal Act, it helps to ensure that employees in all states across the country are not discriminated against in the workplace, including employees in the state of Tennessee. Both ... continue reading

Title VII in South Dakota

Thursday, April 3rd, 2008
Posted by Diane

Title VII is a federal Act that is in place for employees and employers in states across the country, including the state of South Dakota. According to the Act, employers cannot discriminate against employees for reasons that are directly related to the employee’s race, religion, color, ethnicity, national origin, gender ... continue reading

Exempt Outside Sales Employees in Ohio

Thursday, April 3rd, 2008
Posted by Diane

Some outside sales people are exempt from coverage under the Fair Labor Standards Act. However, in order for an outside sales person to qualify for exemption, she or he has to meet specific requirements. The Fair Labor Standards Act is a federal Act as well, which means that it could ... continue reading

Title VII South Carolina

Thursday, April 3rd, 2008
Posted by Diane

Title VII refers to Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964. This Act is federal, which means that it applies to all states across the country. Title VII applies to both public and private employers and helps to ensure that employers do not discriminate against employees for reasons ... continue reading

FLSA Coverage for Executives and Administrators in Virginia

Tuesday, April 1st, 2008
Posted by Diane

The Fair Labor Standards Act is a federal Act that is in place for states across the country, including the state of Virginia. The Act helps to ensure that all employees are paid fairly for the work that they perform. According to the Act, employees should be paid at a ... continue reading

Title VII Arkansas

Tuesday, April 1st, 2008
Posted by Diane

Title VII is an amendment to the Civil Rights Act is 1964. The Act is a federal Act, which means that it applies to all states across the country, including the state of Arkansas. According to the Act, employers may not discriminate against employees for reasons that are considered to ... continue reading

Exempt Outside Sales Employees Pennsylvania

Tuesday, April 1st, 2008
Posted by Diane

When an employee is considered to be exempt, the exempt status generally applies to an exemption from the Fair Labor Standards Act. The FLSA is a federal Act that applies to employees and employers in states across the country, including the state of Pennsylvania. The Act establishes the federal minimum ... continue reading

Title VII Texas

Tuesday, April 1st, 2008
Posted by Diane

Title VII is a portion of the Civil Rights Act of 1964. The Act was put into place in order to ensure that employees in states across the country are not discriminated against for reasons that are unrelated to their ability to work. Because the Act is a federal Act, ... continue reading

FLSA for Executives and Administrators Delaware

Monday, March 31st, 2008
Posted by Diane

The Fair Labor Standards Act is a federal Act that is in place in order to ensure that employees in states across the country, including Delaware, are compensated fairly for the work that they perform. The FLSA is the Act that establishes the minimum wage, which is a base rate ... continue reading

FLSA for Executives and Administrators Colorado

Monday, March 31st, 2008
Posted by Diane

The Fair Labor Standards Act is a federal Act that applies to employers and employees in states across the country, including employers and employees in the state of Colorado. The Act is in place in order to ensure that employees in all states are paid fairly for the work that ... continue reading

JSIA New Mexico

Saturday, March 8th, 2008
Posted by Diane

The Jury Systems Improvement Act is a federal Act that helps to ensure that an employee can leave work in order to serve on a jury without being discriminated against by the employer and without losing his or her employment as a result of the jury duty service. The Act ... continue reading

DUA Oklahoma

Friday, March 7th, 2008
Posted by Diane

The Disaster Unemployment Assistance program is a federal program that is in place in order to provide financial assistance to employees that are out of work as a direct result of a disaster. Many types of disasters qualify for coverage under the Act, including floods, fires, and other large-scale disasters. ... continue reading

JSIA West Virginia

Thursday, March 6th, 2008
Posted by Diane

The Jury Systems Improvement Act is a federal Act that is in place to protect workers in all states across the country, including workers in the state of Virginia. The Act helps to ensure that if an employee needs to take time off of work in order to serve on ... continue reading

JSIA Washington

Monday, March 3rd, 2008
Posted by Diane

The Jury Systems Improvement Act is a federal Act that is in place in order to ensure that employers across the country do not discriminate against employees that need to take time away from work in order to serve on a jury. The Act is in place for workers in ... continue reading

JSIA New Jersey

Friday, February 29th, 2008
Posted by Diane

The Jury Systems Improvement Act is a federal Act that is in place for workers and employers in states across the country, including the state of New Jersey. According to the Act, employers may not discriminate against an employee that needs to take time off of work under the JSIA ... continue reading

DUA Connecticut

Friday, February 29th, 2008
Posted by Diane

The Disaster Unemployment Assistance program is a federal program that helps to ensure that workers in states across the country may be able to receive financial compensation if they have been in a disaster, such as a flood, fire, or storm that has caused them to lose work.

Employers ... continue reading

JSIA Utah

Wednesday, February 27th, 2008
Posted by Diane

The Jury Systems Improvement Act is a federal Act that is in place for employers and employees in states across the country, including Utah. When an employee has been called upon to serve on a jury, the Act helps to ensure that the employee will not lose his or her ... continue reading

JSIA Illinois

Tuesday, February 26th, 2008
Posted by Diane

The Jury Systems Improvement Act is a federal Act that is in place for workers across the country, including workers in the state of Illinois. When an employee has been summoned to serve on a jury, the employee should be able to take time away from work to fulfill that ... continue reading

JSIA Indiana

Tuesday, February 26th, 2008
Posted by Diane

The Jury Systems Improvement Act is a federal Act that is in place for states across the country, including Indiana. The Act helps to ensure that employees can take time away from work in order to serve on a jury if they are summoned to do so. If the employee ... continue reading

JSIA Montana

Monday, February 25th, 2008
Posted by Diane

The Jury Systems Improvement Act is a federal Act that is in place for states across the country, including Montana, in order to ensure that employees can take time away from work if they need to serve on a jury. The Act prohibits employers from discriminating against employees for reasons ... continue reading

JSIA Texas

Monday, February 25th, 2008
Posted by Diane

The Jury Systems improvement Act is a federal Act that is in place for workers across the country, including workers in the state of Texas. The Act basically helps to protect the rights of workers that have been called to serve on a jury. When an employee has been summoned ... continue reading

JSIA Washington, DC

Thursday, February 21st, 2008
Posted by Diane

The Jury Systems Improvement Act is a federal Act that is in place for employers and employees in states across the country, including Washington, DC. The Act help to ensure that when an employee has been summoned to serve on a jury, the employer will not discriminate against the employee ... continue reading