Human Resources Articles
In its proposed overtime rule, the DOL projected the final rule would take effect by January 2020. If that’s the case, we might see the final rule by September or October.
Employers subject to filing EEO-1 should now prepare for the new Component 2 reporting requirement. As reported in our March 17, 2019 article we were waiting for further direction by the court which has now been decided.
Navigating your way through the employment maze is challenging. Marilyn Conyer, President/COO of Spirit HR, spoke at the Moore Norman Technology Center Grow Your Business Summit about some of the HR perils that require an employer’s attention.
After waiting years for the U.S. Department of Labor (USDOL) to address the overtime rules, the agency has spoken. On March 7, 2019, the USDOL released its proposed rule.
In a late-night decision on March 4, a federal judge reinstated a version of the EEO-1 report that requires covered employers to report pay information in addition to the historically required race, ethnicity and sex data.
Today our guest blogger, Mike Bosley, gives us his insights on the value of sharing key performance measurements with his team on a daily basis. This “open book” method of management has worked well for him over the years and creates an environment of employee buy-in and pride in company achievements.