The Department of Labor today released its long-awaited proposal to revise the requirements for employees to be exempt from overtime under the Fair Labor Standards Act. Those rules haven’t been updated since 2004.
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Building a culture of generosity and personal investment can pay off for banks, writes Evan Sparks.
South Carolina’s young bankers program provides keen insight into the financial industry for emerging leaders.
Leadership is about creating the right conditions for others to rise and shine, says ABA Chairman John Ikard.
On May 28, the Labor Department, the Defense Department, the General Services Administration, and NASA jointly published proposed requirements and related guidance implementing President Obama’s “Fair Pay and Safe Workplaces” Executive Order 13673.
Six financial regulators today issued a set of final guidelines for the firms they oversee to assess their diversity policies and practices.
Top tips: Provide clear and conspicious disclosures, conduct thorough documentation and “ban the box.”
Banker hero Gene Willers helped his bank recover from a deadly tornado. He offers tips from his experience.
Last month, we advised readers that a Texas federal district court had enjoined the Department of Labor from enforcing its FMLA same-sex spouse rule in Texas, Arkansas, Louisiana and Nebraska. DOL’s final rule change updated the regulatory definition of “spouse” in the Family and Medical Leave Act in keeping with the U.S. Supreme Court‘s ruling in United States v. Windsor.
On May 7, the federal District Court for the District of Columbia rejected a challenge by the National Association of Manufacturers et al. to the Department of Labor rule requiring federal contractors to post a notice of employee rights under the National Labor Relations Act. DOL’s rule took effect on June 21, 2010, but was challenged in this lawsuit.