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Stories of Interest Today

Published by on February 28, 2008

Here are some stories that might be of interest: The CT General Assemby is considering bullying legislation, which we previously discussed here.  The Connecticut Employment Law Blog has the story here. The Department of Labor issued several new FLSA opinion letters today.  The Administrator signed letter deals with compensation for off-duty police officers doing security […]

Here are some stories that might be of interest:

The CT General Assemby is considering bullying legislation, which we previously discussed here.  The Connecticut Employment Law Blog has the story here.

The Department of Labor issued several new FLSA opinion letters today.  The Administrator signed letter deals with compensation for off-duty police officers doing security work.  The first non-Administrator signed letter deals with timekeeping for on-line computer based training done at home (here).  The letter merely approves a timekeeping policy submitted by the employer to track such training.  The second deals with proration of the salary basis requirement for a part-time position (here).  According to the letter, you may not prorate the salary requirement of $455 per week to reflect reduced hours.

The Word on Employment Law reports on an announcement by the U.S. Department of Justice regarding higher fines for employers for immigration violations.

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