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William Fulton Broemer

Houston Employee Benefits Lawyer.

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  1. MCA Exception to FLSA Overtime Regulations

    Written by attorney William Broemer, 4 months ago.

    Commercial truck drivers may not be eligible for overtime wages under the Fair Labor Standards Act. FLSA Overtime Regulations Overtime eligibility and requirements are established and enforced under t

  2. Protected Online Speech

    Written by attorney William Broemer, 9 months ago.

    The National Labor Relations Act protects certain types of online and social media communications by employees. The NLRA Under the National Labor Relations Act (“NLRA”), employees have the right to di

  3. Correcting OSHA 300 Logs

    Written by attorney William Broemer, over 1 year ago.

    The Procedure for, and Ramifications of, Modifying an OSHA 300 Log. OSHAS RECORD-KEEPING RULE The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) standard on Recording and Reporting Occupational Injuries and Illnesses (29 CFR 1904) describes the responsibilities of employe...

  4. OSHA Workplace Hydration Guidelines

    Written by attorney William Broemer, over 1 year ago.

    The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) currently has no published rules directly regulating employee hydration on work-sites. OSHA has, however, created a series of non-mandatary guidelines that address the issue. These guidelines, attached, address employee hyd...

  5. Federal Law on Mandatory Direct Deposit

    Written by attorney William Broemer, over 1 year ago.

    While state laws may vary, federal law permits employers to make direct deposit of wages mandatory, with some minor prerequisites. U.S. Code Title 15, 1693k states that no person may require a consumer to establish an account for receipt of electronic funds transfer with a part...

  6. Texas Mandatory Direct Deposit

    Written by attorney William Broemer, over 1 year ago.

    Can Texas employers require employees to accept their compensation through direct deposit or debit card? The short answer is yes and no. Texas employers can require employees to accept direct deposit only if the employee has a bank account which provides for direct deposit, and ...

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