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We take a retrospective look at our 2016 HR predictions.
A Texas judge has temporarily put the brakes on the DOL's proposed changes.
If you thought the DOL's proposed changes to overtime rules were dramatic, just wait until you see New York's.
November's surprise election result could mean big changes for healthcare.
Many states protect an employee's "right to vote" during working hours. Does yours?
The city may start to penalize companies whose CEOs earn substantially more than their regular employees.
The Kentucky Supreme Court has ruled that cities cannot establish their own minimum wages.
The updated form has been called the first "smart" I-9.
Changes to the annual report could heighten your risk as an employer.
The new lawsuits pose the rules' most credible threat yet.
Paying workers with plastic may be more trouble than its worth in the Empire State.
An unprecedented Massachusetts law could see wider adoption.
This year's election could have a major impact on workplace legislation.
The proposal aims to stabilize fluctuating work hours for retail and food-service workers.
Employers will have to keep compliance records clean to win lucrative federal contracts.
New grants will fund state research on paid family leave.
The new law takes a novel approach in curbing the gender pay gap.
The mandatory survey records employee demographic information.
Workplace issues took center stage at this summer's major political conventions.
Businesses that missed this year's ACA deadline may not actually be penalized.