A new administration creates some unknowns for the refrigeration industry
December 5, 2016
Although I do it cautiously, and with no intention of diving back into the divisiveness of the recently concluded presidential election, I would be remiss not to say something about our new president-elect and what a Donald Trump presidency might mean for the refrigeration industry.
The rule was set for implementation on Dec. 1, 2016
November 23, 2016
A federal Texas judge has issued a nationwide injunction against the U.S. Department of Labor’s new overtime rule, stating that the administration overstepped its authority by raising the salary cap from $455 a week to $921 a week or $47,892 a year.
In just a few days millions more American workers will be eligible for overtime, thanks to a new U.S. Department of Labor (DOL) rule that takes effect on Dec. 1. And the estimated 4 million workers who become are just the beginning — every three years, the pay levels will automatically update.
This year’s presidential election has stirred strong emotions on both sides. So how do you keep a lid on political discussions that might become toxic and leave lingering scars in the workplace? Maybe some advice from our folks in the HR departments at companies across America will help.
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