Tag Archives: Overtime
MA SJC Made 100% Commissioned Inside Sales Reps a Risky Bet
For many years, preeminent employment lawyers and business trade groups had advised businesses to ensure that the payments made to 100% Commissioned Inside Sales Representatives are at least equal to or greater than minimum wage for the first 40 hours worked each week plus one-and-a-half times the minimum wage for each hour worked over 40 hours… Finish Reading MA SJC Made 100% Commissioned Inside Sales Reps a Risky Bet
Uber’s Legal Issues Are Not Unique
…Your Business Will Face Them Too Small technology companies and young tech-world entrepreneurs probably look at Uber and dream of what could be. In many ways, Uber is a model of business success. However, in the last few years Uber has been subject to class action wage and salary lawsuits (unpaid overtime, misclassification of workers) in… Finish Reading Uber’s Legal Issues Are Not Unique
MA Superior Court Wage Act Decision – Turning Precedent on its Head?
A Massachusetts Superior Court recently ruled that a car dealership that paid employee-mechanics an hourly rate while working on customer vehicles, but did not compensate them for time spent on related tasks, such as cleaning their workspace, maintaining tools, dealing with customers and coworkers or completing paperwork, did not violate the Massachusetts Wage Act. It is… Finish Reading MA Superior Court Wage Act Decision – Turning Precedent on its Head?
Massachusetts Minimum Wage Set to Increase January 1, 2015
Like many employers I’m sure you received the same email (below) from the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, Executive Office of Labor and Workforce Development today. It reminds employers that the minimum wage and minimum service wage increase to $9.00 per hour and $3.00 per hour, respectively, starting January 1, 2015. The email provides additional wage increases that… Finish Reading Massachusetts Minimum Wage Set to Increase January 1, 2015