The question of which types of employees are considered agents of their employer for purposes of sharing in tip pools has come to the forefront in a number of cases filed against Starbucks. The Starbucks litigation is an excellent reminder to employers that issues concerning the payment of wages, in particular tip pooling, may involve… Continue Reading
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Employment Law Update: A 2015 Look Ahead
March 31, 2015
#fridaytimism RT @TimKGarrett: It is the loving teacher who grades honestly.
19 hours ago
#FMLA leave coverage extends to all same-sex spouses beginning today.
19 hours ago
RT @Law360: #SCOTUS flips #4thCircuit decision ending pregnancy bias suit against UPS http://t.co/q4diWbUse5 Opinion: http://t.co/7tkzMkBTLT
3 days ago
ICYMI: @TimKGarrett authors article on Policies to Safeguard the Workplace published by @workforcenews http://t.co/N2dqdbd0xm
5 days ago
#FridayTimism RT @TimKGarrett: You can't win 'em all if you don't win your first one. #MarchMadness
1 week ago
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