Labor laws

Kim Kardashian Slammed With Labor Violation Lawsuit by Former Employees

Seven employees are claiming they worked for the star's estate without overtime pay, among other allegations.

Emily Rella

Apple Ordered to Pay Employees for Time Lost to Bag Searches

The company broke California's labor laws, the state's supreme court ruled.

Steve Dent

5 Things Franchise Owners Should Know About the New Department of Labor Rule on 'Joint Employment'

The Trump administration's new rule will change what qualifies as joint employment.

Jessica Thomas

Why Every Entrepreneur Needs to Be a Time Clock Wizard

Having the right tools to monitor your teams' attendance will increase productivity.

What Do Trump's Proposed Labor Laws Mean for Small-Business Owners and Freelancers?

The move away from these informal guidelines could have big implications for both small-business owners and freelancers -- and may signal the need for both groups to make strategic adjustments.

Nicole Nelson

Palantir Settles Discrimination Claims for $1.7 Million

The company will have to pay back wages and the value of stock options to several Asian candidates it passed over for employment, in addition to re-extending job offers.

Tom Brant

What You Need to Know About Impending New Overtime Regulations

Proactive companies have an opportunity to audit employee pay classifications and prepare for the regulations should they take effect.

Trent Bryson

This is What You Need to Do in the Wake of the Overtime Injunction

Even if the rule does not go forward, taking the time to review duties and employment status at your company can still benefit you.

Nervous About the New DOL Overtime Rules? 4 Steps to Implement Cultural Change

With the new Department of Labor overtime regulations looming, businesses might want to try these four tactics to preserve their company culture.

Here's What The New Overtime Rule Means for Your Business

The overtime rule announced earlier this year is forcing small businesses to adapt.

Mike Kappel

Labor Groups Criticize Disney Over Worker Conditions at Chinese Suppliers

Disney, set to open a $5.5 billion theme park in mainland China on Thursday, said it took any violation of labor regulations 'seriously' and that it would investigate any allegations against its suppliers.

Reuters

Tesla Accused of Exploiting Cheap Labor to Make Its Factories

A contractor allegedly took advantage of foreign workers to build Tesla's U.S. facilities.

Jon Fingas