Posts Tagged ‘Trump Administration’

DOL’s PAID Extended for 6 Months

DOL’s PAID Extended for 6 Months

U.S. Department of Labor has extended the Payroll Audit Independent Determination (PAID) pilot program for another six months. The program, which launched in March and was scheduled to conclude last month, will now be extended until April 2019, in hopes of drawing greater participation. The PAID pilot program allows an employer to review Wage and…

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ICE Age: Raids are Expanding

Since the Trump administration took office, a significant focus has been placed on enforcement of immigration laws by U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE). Acting ICE director Tom Homan advised in 2017 that immigration raids were likely to quintuple in 2018, with both undocumented workers and the places that employ them as targets. That was…

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Franchisees May Need to Rethink Their Treatment of Franchise Workers

The National Labor Board (NLRB) is divided on a case involving McDonald’s and it’s workers viewed by many as one of the most consequential labor law precedents of the past decade.. Should corporate McDonald’s (the franchisor) and other similar corporations be liable for the treatment of workers at franchise locations? The answer, once seemingly clear,…

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DOL Calls For Public Comments on Overtime Rule

Is DOL Overtime Rule Heading into a Ditch?

The U.S. Department of Labor’s prior attempt to change overtime regulations for salaried employees is taking a turn under the Trump administration. The DOL’s proposed overtime regulation under the Obama administration last year had suggested that workers with a $47,476 salary or lower would be eligible for overtime pay under federal wage laws. That salary…

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