News and Articles About Labor laws
A worker group is filing charges against franchisees and McDonald's as a joint employer, setting a precedent that could have broad ripple effects.
A closer look at the Department of Labors rules, which otherwise can be as clear as mud.
An executive of a disposable medical-supply manufacturer is being held in his office outside of Beijing by his own employees, according to news reports.
A group of lawmakers and innovators press Congress to pass an immigration overhaul.
The majority of small-business owners want to see comprehensive immigration reform include a way for newcomers to the U.S. to achieve permanent legal status.
This election season, your employees may quarrel over candidates. Labor attorney Robin E. Shea offers tips, plus a free example of a harassment policy.
T-shirts and tattoos might be more common in the workplace, but keep these four do's and don'ts in mind to avoid potential problems.
A federal agency for labor practices offers long-awaited guidance to employers on social-media guidelines at work.
As a business owner, you often look for ways to bootstrap or ask employees to go above and beyond. But overlooking overtime could land you in a heap of trouble.