Wage-Hour Compliance Handbook: Practical Guide to Law and Administration is the most comprehensive reference available to payroll practitioners, human resource managers, and business owners. This one-of-a-kind reference includes plain-English explanations of the laws and how they affect you. The information for each state is organized in the same manner, making it fast and easy to cross-reference. The following topics are included for each state: Deductions from wages Minimum wage Overtime Payday law Garnishment and other court orders Child labor Meal and rest periods Jury duty Prevailing wages Equal pay act Family and medical leave Military leave State posting requirements Includes Numerous Tools to Make Your Job Easier! In addition, this unique resource provides numerous tools to help you comply with all wage-hour requirements, including: Time and money saving tips Checklists State law summaries Court case analyses Forms Posters Directories of state and local wage-hour contacts Web sites Index And much more! The 2013 Edition of Wage-Hour Compliance Handbook contains the latest federal and state wage and hour information needed to comply with the various wage-hour laws and regulations. Highlights of the new edition include new or expanded coverage of: Significant new court cases affecting the minimum wage and overtime exemptions State law changes targeting employment of undocumented workers A major overtime victory for pharmaceutical company employers Up-to-date facts and figures on state wage-hour requirements, including the 2013 state minimum wage rates Case law developments on compensation for preliminary and postliminary activities New guidance on intermittent family and medical leave The up-to-date requirements for verifying employees' work eligibility Key guidance on rounding hours worked Important developments for employers of in-home companions Latest family leave rules for military families Revised workplace posters and wage-hour formsTo determine whether you are a covered employer under the Act, count the following as employees: Part-time employees; ... Computing the 12-Month Period The law says that an eligible employee is entitled to take 12 weeks of FMLA leave (or 26 weeks in the case of ... 12-month period from among several alternatives: 9 The calendar year; 9 A fixed 12-month period (e.g., a fiscal year, or a year startinganbsp;...
|Title||:||Wage-Hour Compliance Handbook, 2013 Edition|
|Author||:||Dorinda D. Descherer, Terence M. Myers|
|Publisher||:||Aspen Publishers Online - 2012-12-07|