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U.S. Department of Labor | January 04, 2021
An employee who decides to telework for part of the day and work in an office for part of the day, and who has adequate opportunity to perform individual errands in the middle of, need not be made up for movement time between the two areas, the U.S. Department of Labor (DOL's) Wage and Hour Division said in one of two assessment letters published Dec. 31.
The letter refered to two examples. In one, the employee leaves the workplace midday to go to a parent-teacher meeting and ...
Microsoft | September 01, 2020
Call Journey, provider of market-leading Conversation Analytics technology, today announced a new global partnership with Microsoft, focused on providing solutions that enhance all facets of Microsoft solution suite across Business Applications, Azure and Modern Workplace. The partnership is underpinned with key strategic and tactical programmes across North America, Australian, and New Zealand and will expand quickly in the second half of 2020 to other regions. Tom Yang, Global Sales Director &...
Equifax | October 14, 2020
Equifax Inc. (NYSE: EFX) has declared the arrival of the business' first I-9 administration planned explicitly as an internet business stage, and with little and fair size business (SMB) proprietors as a main priority. For quite a long time, huge venture organizations have placed their trust in the market-driving I-9 Managementⓡ arrangement from Equifax. Presently with the web based business dispatch of its I-9 Starter and I-9 Standard bundles, Equifax makes it simpler than any time in recen...
HR Dive | February 07, 2020
The City of Philadelphia may enforce a 2017 law that prohibits employers in the city from inquiring about prospective employee's pay history or relying on pay history in determining wages, the 3rd U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals ruled Feb. 6 (Greater Philadelphia Chamber of Commerce v. City of Philadelphia, Nos. 18-2175 & 18-2176 (3rd Cir. Feb. 6, 2020)). The Greater Philadelphia Chamber of Commerce filed a suit individually and on behalf of some of its members seeking to enjoin the ordina...
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