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PRIDESTAFF presents Innovations
August 2010
Hi Reader,

Are your employees correctly classified as exempt or non-exempt? How about your independent contractors? And are you fairly managing sick time, vacation time, overtime and other compensation issues?

With all the many different terms and conditions of employment, following the law may be tricky, and many employees have misconceptions about your obligations as their employer.

To help protect your firm, this issue of Innovations focuses on common areas of confusion for today's worker--and strategies for avoiding penalties and employee complaints.

I hope you enjoy this issue of Innovations!

Best regards,

Bob Daniel
PrideStaff - Las Vegas

Employment Law FAQ's from Employees
Employees are often woefully ignorant or mistaken about what really constitutes labor and employment law concerning their own rights and obligations and, conversely, their employers' rights and obligations. It's often the case that employers are equally as ill-informed.

Here are some areas of confusion that often leave employees scratching their heads and asking, "Can my company really do that?"


Does your company violate these wage laws?
Many businesses violate the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) without even realizing it--and the consequences can be very costly! To make matters worse, the U.S. Department of Labor received a 28% increase in its 2010 budget to increase enforcement of federal wage and hour laws.

So, what are the four most common wage law violations? And how can you avoid them?

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