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Budgeting Employee Pay for 2024

January 10, 2024 Labor & Employment Blog

As budgets for 2024 are finalized and/or implemented, businesses should keep in mind recent and upcoming minimum wage increases, as well as consider possible changes that may occur regarding the applicability of exemptions for overtime pay. Minimum wage considerations: As of September 30, 2023, Florida’s minimum wage is set at…

DOL Publishes New FMLA Posters

June 19, 2023 Labor & Employment Blog

Recently, the U.S. Department of Labor issued a new Family and Medical Leave Act (“FMLA”) poster. The new poster presents the information about the FMLA in a question-answer format, the DOL believes that presenting the information in this way will make it more employee friendly. Employers may continue to use…

Managing Employee Participation in Social Movements: A National Boycott Against Florida’s New Immigration Law is Planned for June 1, 2023

May 31, 2023 Labor & Employment Blog

Although organizers have not yet provided many details regarding their call to action, it is likely that similar to 2017’s “A Day Without Immigrants,” this event will include a call for supporters to refuse to report to work. Such a call to action will raise questions for non-unionized employers regarding…