Written by attorney Paul Godec, almost 2 years ago.
The American Psychiatric Association (APA) first published its Diagnostic and Statistical Manual (DSM) in 1952.The DSM, and its subsequent revised editions, have since provided the most authoritative... more
Unpaid internships have become an increasingly common way for young professionals to gain experience and connections in their field of interest. However, the rise in such labor has led state and... more
Recently the Supreme Court affirmed a 7th Circuit Court of Appeals Case that limited the term supervisor to individuals who have "greater powers," including the power to hire, fire, promote, transfer... more
The U.S. Department of Labor is responsible for creating and overseeing the rights of employees in the U.S. While individual states have their own additional labor rights, all employees have minimum... more
Sharon Stones former nanny has sued her in Los Angeles Superior Court for, among other things, payingher overtime. Yes, you read this right, suing for gettingpaidovertime. The lawsuit alleges that... more
Here is a quick, easy-to-understand list of the top 7 law violations the Department of Labor targets as they prove to be the biggest laws employers break. Employers are always encouraged to evaluate... more