This training course will help you recognize situations that raise ADA issues and assist you in dealing with these issues effectively. (Licensed for use in classroom settings only and not for distribution in any form.)
The following flowchart is designed as an internal guide to assist managers in making a preliminary assessment of whether a job position may qualify for exempt status under the FLSA. This document is only designed to be a tool to assist in the implementation of new job positions. This flowchart does not take applicable state law into account which may impact the exemption analysis.
As we settle into the second half of the third year of the COVID-19 pandemic, there is reason for optimism. But, unfortunately, the outbreak of COVID-19- related litigation is still in its infancy.
COVID-19-related class action filings persist, largely in the form of wage and hour claims. Pandemic-induced layoffs have prompted lawsuits under the Worker Adjustment and Retraining Notification (WARN) Act. Negligence lawsuits have been filed by employees alleging to have contracted COVID-19 at the workplace or contending a family member fell ill because the employee brought the virus home from work.
Check out this sample policy developed by Exterro to learn how to implement a data retention framework workflow.
Check out this sample policy developed by Exterro. In this resource we take a look at a basic incident and breach management process.
This is a sample audit document collection checklist that covers: Qualified Retirement Plans, Specific Plan Documents, Defined Benefit Plans, Union Plans, Group Health, Dental, and Vision Plans, Other Welfare Arrangements, etc.
This checklist is intended to be a useful tool to help the buyer company identify potential issues and liabilities associated with the target company’s benefit plans so that those issues and liabilities can be effectively managed, minimized or eliminated. However, each acquisition is unique and will require an individualized assessment. This checklist is a starting point and guide in conducting such an assessment.
This issue-spotting checklist is designed to aid with identifying key considerations associated with determining whether a severance arrangement is exempt from Section 409A of the Internal Revenue Code or is required to comply with it. Section 409A is complex and is advisable to confirm any determinations with legal counsel.