Monday, May 12, 2014

Unpaid work, unworked pay

Recent news and comment on labor and employment law:

Who Needs to Be at Work to Work Anymore? Almost No One, Court Says, by Susan R. Maisa, Labor & Employment Law Perspectives, Foley & Lardner LLP, Milwaukee on EEOC v. Ford Motor Co. (6th Cir., No. 12-2484)

Keeping Your Wellness Program in Shape, by Amy Ciepluch and Sarah Fowles, Quarles & Brady LLP

How to avoid missteps with unpaid help, by Nancy Crotti, Dolan Media Newswires, Wisconsin Law Journal

Are Employer-Mandated Anger-Management Counseling Sessions Considered Compensable Time? by Bryan Symes, The Blue Ink, Ruder Ware L.L.S.C.

Department of Labor Likely to Increase the Salary Amount Requirement for the FLSA’s White Collar Exemptions, by David Zoeller, Hawks Quindel S.C.

May Companies Reduce Employee Hours to Avoid ObamaCare? ERISA Implications of the Affordable Care Act, by Nick J. Welle & William L. Brown, Kasieta Legal Group LLC, Wisconsin Lawyer, May 2014

How to Update Your Separation Agreements in Light of Recent EEOC Challenges, by David J.B. Froiland, Labor & Employment Law Perspectives, Foley & Lardner LLP, Milwaukee

OFCCP Announces Five-Year Moratorium from Enforcement Related to TRICARE, by Pamela Ploor, Quarles & Brady LLP