I am very interested in travel time cases.  There are some nuanced concepts hovering around travel time, especially the concept of what constitutes non-compensable home-to-work travel.  In an interesting case

Continue Reading Is Travel From A Meeting/Staging Area To A Work Site Still Only Home-to-Work Travel Time?

What employers often miss when calculating proper overtime is that they must include in the regular rate different kinds of supplemental payments that non-exempt people receive.  If they do not

Continue Reading Bonuses Must Be Included In Regular Rate For Non-Exempt Employees: Another Cautionary Tale?

I am always interested in administrative exemption cases because they are the hardest to prove for an employer. In an interesting case that illustrates the parameters of this exemption, the
Continue Reading Business Development Managers Exempt Under Administrative Exemption: A Case Study Of This Nuanced, Vague Exemption

A favorite tactic of the New Jersey Department of Labor, in a prevailing wage case, where the subcontractor cannot pay the assessments, is to go “upstream” against the General Contractor
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