State Wage & Hour Laws

Here is another exemption misclassification lawsuit, but this time coming from a different angle.  This time, it is a group of human resources employees who work for Lowe’s have filed a putative class action on the theory that they were misclassified as managers and are thus entitled to overtime.  This is very dangerous because the

In November we reported on Wigdor v SoulCycle, which had been filed in New York Supreme Court, New York County.  In that action a well-known plaintiff’s attorney, Douglas Wigdor, alleged that SoulCycle retaliated against him by banning him from the Company’s establishments because Wigdor had filed a putative wage and hour class action against

Sales employees are generally compensated with commission compensation structures.  Sometimes a commission is paid in addition to a salary, other times its paid instead of salary.  The tech industry employs so many sales reps, that they generally pay with the former compensation structure above (combo base and salary).  For both the employer and the employee

This January is an exciting month for several reasons: (1) it’s my birthday month and (2) the NJ DOL issued the new poster promulgated by the 2012 amendment to the NJ Equal Pay Act.

The Amendment was passed about one year ago, and employers have been standing-by, patiently waiting for the DOL to issue it.