Ethan Karp, president and CEO of OMA Connections Partner MAGNET, has authored this Forbes’ column spotlighting five ways manufacturers can offer employees more flexibility.
Following recent action by the NLRB, employers should evaluate their severance agreements if they restrict a worker’s ability to speak about the agreement or talk negatively about their former employer, writes OMA Connections Partners Fisher Phillips and Calfee.
Fisher Phillips has posted this 10-minute podcast to provide guidance to manufacturers that are challenged with wage and hour compliance issues.
The U.S. Supreme Court has ruled that high-earning workers might be eligible for overtime pay under federal law. See analysis by OMA Connections Partner Frantz Ward.
On April 20 in Cincinnati, OMA Connections Partner Vorys will host its 2023 Labor and Employment Seminar with updates on NLRB actions, federal employment laws, recent OSHA activities, and more.
Meanwhile, a new survey from Payscale shows fewer employers plan to give base pay raises this year (80% compared to 92% in 2022), and employers are generally eyeing smaller raises in 2023. 2/23/2023