Tag Archives: Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals

Making Employees Watch the Clock Can be Good for Employers

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A few months ago, we reminded our readers about the need to maintain accurate time records for non-exempt employees. This consideration is especially important for those employers who are subject to the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA), meaning that most readers of this article should take note.   An appeal currently pending in the Seventh Circuit … Continue reading this entry

Right-To-Work Laws Continue to Gain Momentum at Federal, State, and Local Levels

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For nearly fifty years, the debate over “right-to-work” laws had largely been considered settled. The concept was popular in the south, where a number of states have had right-to-work-laws on the books since before the 1960’s, but had gained little traction elsewhere.  Though all states were free to pass laws adopting right-to-work, few states outside … Continue reading this entry