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What’s Going on with the Federal Overtime Regulations?

What’s Going on with the Federal Overtime Regulations?

Jan 10, 2017
Employers everywhere were dreading December 1st because the new federal overtime regulations were supposed to take effect that day. These regulations were designed to open up a whole new group of employees…
Why January 1st, 2017 Is An Important Date For Employers

Why January 1st, 2017 Is An Important Date For Employers

Jan 25, 2017
Some important dates to remember.  Your life partner’s birthday Your wedding anniversary The date you graduated from high school Birth of your first child AND 01/01/17   Why is that last date…
From Cashiers to CEOs

From Cashiers to CEOs

Apr 20, 2017
   CSE Law likes to look out for the little guy/gal and we do a lot of that in our employment practice, but it is also important to look out for the higher earners too.  CSE Law assists highly compensated…
From Business Counsel to Courtroom Counsel

From Business Counsel to Courtroom Counsel

May 24, 2017
Why is having experienced litigation counsel important when you are seeking employment law advice, or selling your home, or having your business agreement reviewed, or drafting a landlord-tenant agreement,…
To Fight or Not

To Fight or Not

Jun 07, 2017
What is the difference between arbitration and mediation and why might they be useful in an employment law dispute?  Both can be part of an employment contract, but the role of the arbitrator and mediator…
Handling Summer Heat Conditions in the Workplace

Handling Summer Heat Conditions in the Workplace

Jul 03, 2017
Employers need to be proactive when it comes to extreme heat conditions in the workplace. Here is a general checklist and some practical links and tips to help your workforce stay safe this summer.
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