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26 January 2017

Obamacare – what upcoming changes under Trump could mean for you

Trump’s executive order to roll back Obamacare: What could happen, and how this could impact your business   So, what’s happened? Newly inaugurated President Trump wasted no time in making good on his promise to create the framework for a repeal and replacement of the Affordable Care Act (ACA). In his…
 

23 November 2016

Texas Court blocks the $47,476 Overtime ruling

The Obama Administration made changes to the overtime rulings under the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA). The change increased the overtime minimum exempt threshold from $23,600 to $47,476 annually. However today a federal court judge in Texas has placed a temporary injunction preventing the Department of Labor (DOL) from implementing…
 

11 October 2016

A very real possibility for UK and European staffing businesses

It’s time to break the trend which is stifling global expansion of the UK and European staffing industry. In the UK and throughout Europe, recruitment and staffing businesses are losing out on a huge chunk of the international market. This is due primarily to the long standing perception about the…
 

26 July 2016

4 key points to be aware of when engaging a US worker from abroad

We are often approached by companies asking ‘How do I place an employee or contractor in the US?”, or ‘How do I manage my international workforce’. The U.S. is a complex employment maze with laws changing from state to state. Here are 4 points we think you should consider before…
 

15 June 2016

The Danger of Day Rates

Paying $682,000.00 settlement for not understanding daily rates & overtime law is a steep cost for an employer. A recent case by a Texas-based foundation repair company (Allied Foundation Specialists, Inc.) agreed to pay that amount in back wages as a settlement following an audit carried out by the Department…
 

21 May 2016

FLSA Changes to Exempt and Overtime Rules

On May 18th, 2016, the Department of Labor finally issued the anticipated rule regarding overtime for exempt employees. The DOL raised the exempt employee threshold from the previous limit of $23,660 to $47,476. The practical impact is that any employee paid under $47,476 is considered a non-exempt employee and is…