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Month: April 2016

FLSA Exempt Employee Minimum Salary Changes: Doing the Math

Batten Down the Hatches! As you have probably heard, the Department of Labor is planning to dramatically raise the minimum salary requirement for employees to qualify as exempt under the “White Collar Exemptions.” It’s possible this new minimum will be as high as $50,440, which could impact nearly five million employees. The threshold could certainly be lower when announced, but for the sak...
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Are You Having Restaurant Wage and Hour Problems?

The following is another great piece written by our good friend Allan H. Krystal. Alan is a terrific resource for small business owners. Please visit his website at www.alankrystallaw.com Are You Having Restaurant Wage and Hour Problems? {2:03 minutes to read} A key issue facing restaurant owners is avoiding wage and hour problems, especially when it comes to tips. A tip is defined as a volunt...
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5 Benefits of Tracking Time and Attendance

5 Benefits of Tracking Time and Attendance As an employer, you have a lot on your plate. Between payroll, interacting with employees, and trying to run the business, you may find yourself stretched thin and not able to commit as much time to the things that are most important. Unfortunately, when a supervisor can’t stay on top of the growing list of demands, employee engagement can suffer. Inst...
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