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Tag Archive: Labor and Employment

Digital Devices in the Workplace

June 14, 2017

Litigation attorney Chris Dix recently spoke at the Small Business Resource Network where he shared his insight on the topic of “Digital Devices in the Workplace.” Dix spoke on how the use of smartphones in the workplace has become commonplace, but the prevalence of smartphone use has also created significant risk for companies that do […]

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Changes to Overtime Regulations are on Hold

December 1, 2016

Pending further review, employers may continue to follow existing overtime rules. Judge Amos L. Mazzant, a Federal Judge from Texas, has entered a temporary injunction that puts on hold changes to overtime rules set to go into effect on December 1, 2016. The impending changes would have increased the Fair Labor Standards Act’s salary threshold […]

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Overtime Laws Require Acceptance and Planning

August 1, 2016

Attorney Bradley R. Johnson contributed his employment law expertise to a recent Jacksonville Business Journal article on how overtime laws require acceptance and planning. The article outlines President Obama’s change to the Fair Labor Standards Act that would mean an estimated 4.2 million workers would no longer qualify as an exempt salaried employees and would be eligible for […]

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