The United States Supreme Court has ruled that the time spent waiting to undergo end of shift security screenings are not compensable under the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA). Under the FLSA an activity is compensable if the activity is integral and indispensable to the principal activities that the employee is hired to perform. The Court stated that for the […]
Two Nebraska bills have been proposed which would hold employers more accountable for withholding employee wages and provide employees with more protection. The Business and Labor Committee held hearings on LB 177 and LB 560 on February 4 and has not yet taken further action.
Senator Jim Smith introduced LB 177 which proposes to allow […]
Election season will be in full swing in a few short months, as in any election, there is a strong possibility that the contentious world of politics may spill into the work place. If this happens, most of the time, it will likely be harmless banter among employees. However, there is always the risk […]
In Christopher v. SmithKline Beecham Corp., the Supreme Court held that the Fair Labor Standards Act (“FLSA”) exempts pharmaceutical companies from having to pay overtime wages to sales reps.
At issue was whether or not pharmaceutical reps are deemed “outside salesmen”. If not, the reps would be entitled to overtime pay when they work over […]
Election season will be in full swing in a few short months, as in any election, there is a strong possibility that the contentious world of politics may spill into the world of your business. If this happens, most of the time, it will likely be harmless banter among employees. However, there is always […]
The Supreme Court unanimously ruled that a school teacher who was trained in theology, directed prayer services, and taught religion classes in addition to secular classes could be terminated from employment after missing work due to a disability because of the “ministerial exception” to the Americans with Disabilities Act.
Perich was employed as a “called” […]
The National Labor Relations Board (“NLRB”) issued a Final Rule requiring most private-sector employers to notify cheap pharmacy employees of their rights to unionize. (See first blog on the issue by clicking here). The notice rule was originally scheduled require posting the rights in the workplace starting November 14, 2011, and then that date was postponed […]
Whether you believe you were terminated from your employment for generic viagra a discriminatory reason such as race, color, national origin, religion, sex (including pregnancy), disability, marital status, age or retaliation (or currently working with the discrimination), one of the most important questions you may have is, “Do I have a case?” Before you […]
Nebraska Revised Statutes sections 87-501 through 87-507, known as the “Trade Secrets Act” (“Act”), contains several provisions applying to employees and employers alike when best price cialis it comes to “customer lists.”
When an employee is considering leaving an employer, an employer’s customer list may be an appealing piece of information to an employee, especially […]