Employers, you have a little more than six months to get your wage-and-hour houses in order.
There is lots to discuss before we make the reflexive decision to cure the wage gap in this country by increasing the minimum wage.
Penalties work for wellness goals, a University of Pennsylvania study finds.
Recent lawsuit payouts probably won’t dampen interest in opt-out programs because judgments are rare and the increase in medical costs remains steady.
There is a deep divide about the value of traditional performance appraisals. The argument is one of few HR topics elevated to C-suite conversations.
As Garcia v. SAR Food of Ohio illustrates, if you fail to pay under these circumstances, you are taking a huge wage-and-hour risk.
Companies appear to have gained a better sense of how to set reasonable targets with effective metrics that serve investors.
In a world where smart people can make “stupid money,” the character Charlize Theron plays in her latest drama wants only one thing: payback.
India’s 2014 salary budget, for example, increased at more than triple the rate of the United States’—what does this mean for the U.S. workforce?