FLSA: Overtime

The FLSA does not require that overtime be paid for hours worked in excess of 8 hours per day or on weekends or holidays. However, states are permitted to provide workers greater overtime protections than those offered by FLSA. Download Your Free Report on Overtime
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Violence in the Workplace—12-Point Action Plan

In yesterday’s Advisor we featured critical guidance on handling an active shooter in the workplace from Attorney Edwin G. Foulke Jr. Today, Foulke’s 12-point action plan for handling violence in the workplace.

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How to Respond Effectively—Active Shooter in the Workplace

The hope is you’ll never have to face the terrifying situation of an active shooter, but it’s wise to be prepared should the worst happen, says Attorney Edwin G. Foulke Jr. Organizations need a plan for how to respond to reduce the risk of devastating consequences.

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BambooHR Survey: HR Pros Want Less Minutiae, More Development

As the traditional role of HR continues to evolve, one thing is clear: HR pros want to be more productive and involved by handling bigger issues that directly impact the company and its bottom line.

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BLR Pays Tribute to a True Entrepreneur

At the end of the year, BLR’s founder, Bob Brady, will be retiring from the company he started 37 years ago.

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How Do You Get ‘Bah-Humbug’ Managers Sold on HR Programs?

SPECIAL from HR Tech Las Vegas
In yesterday’s Advisor, we covered HR Tech’s “Creating Intelligence Out of Data” Panel; today, we present more Q&As from Las Vegas.

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HR Pros Share Biggest Challenges

SPECIAL from HR Tech Las Vegas
During an informative panel discussion at HR Tech Las Vegas, three HR experts offered real-world problems and solutions.

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Recruiting and Retention—What’s Really Happening?

Recruiting and retention—nothing is more important for any company. What’s happening with recruiting and retention in the real world? What are your competitors up to? Help us find out!

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Will City Slickers Give You Your Next Big Idea?

Among my favorite movies is the 1991 film City Slickers. Billy Crystal plays radio ad salesman Mitch Robbins, who is having a bit of a midlife crisis. Mitch and his two best friends decide to leave New York City to spend 2 weeks on a cattle drive in the Southwest. It’s there that Mitch meets Curly, the crusty trail boss played by Jack Palance.

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In the Market for an HRIS? Don’t Forget These Factors

Yesterday’s Advisor looked at trends in technology and HRIS for HR. Today, for guidance on what to look for, we again turn to BLR’s recently-published HR Playbook: HR’s Gameplan for the Future.

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Setting a Performance Matrix with Maximum Penetration Targets

Yesterday’s Advisor featured the first 5 of Consultant Whitney Herrington’s 7 alternatives for deciding on merit pay. Today, alternatives #6 and #7.

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