A Busy 2017 Set the Stage for Further Wage-Hour DevelopmentsWolters Kluwer Employee Benefit Plan Review March/April 2018
Michael S. Kun and Paul DeCamp, Members of the Firm in the Employment, Labor & Workforce Management practice, in the firm’s Los Angeles and Washington, DC, offices, respectively, co-authored an article in Wolters Kluwer Employee Benefit Plan Review, titled “A Busy 2017 Set the Stage for Further Wage-Hour Developments.”
Following is an excerpt:
There were many significant wage-hour developments in 2017. Those developments set the stage for some rather substantial issues to be addressed. This article discusses several of the issues, including arbitration agreements with class action waivers, California’s Private Attorneys General Act, a new proposed salary level for white-collar exemptions, and changes in federal wage-and-hour enforcement policies and practices.