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Employers Should Keep An Eye On the Non-Compete Reform Movement

Employers who require all employees to sign a form non-competition agreement regardless of the state in which the employee is located or the type of work performed by the employee should think twice before doing so. Recent legislation focused on reform of non-competition agreements at the state level may signal a trend. In light of those changes and variations from … Continue Reading

The New Salary Regulations: The Saga Continues

While employers took solace from the Nov. 22 nationwide preliminary injunction which blocked implementation of a controversial rule increasing the salary threshold for employees to be exempt from overtime, the battle is not over. The Department of Labor filed its notice of appeal December 1, the same day the new salary regulations were to take effect.… Continue Reading

Continued Employment in Dead-End Job May Entitle Employee to Incentive Benefits

In Florida, employee handbooks, procedure manuals, and other statements of an employer’s policy are generally non-binding and do not give rise to enforceable contract rights.  But suppose an employer induces an employee to continue working by offering a long term incentive plan? That was the issue addressed in a recent decision by Florida’s Fourth District Court of Appeal, Turton v. Continue Reading

Employers Need To Evaluate Coverage Under The Affordable Care Act Now

Beginning in 2014, “large employers” may be assessed a penalty for not providing required coverage under the employer shared responsibility mandate of the Affordable Care Act.  This does not mean that employers need not worry about whether they qualify for the mandate until 2014.  Why you may ask?

Because an applicable large employer is defined by the regulations as one … Continue Reading

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