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Natalie F. Hrubos
Posted: January 21, 2014

If you’ve got kids, grandkids, nieces or nephews in the age range of 7 to 12, you may have found yourself in search of a certain toy loom this past holiday season, or perhaps you received a lovely loom bracelet as a holiday gift.

Filed Under: General, Wage and Hour
Natalie F. Hrubos
Posted: January 1, 2014

The FLSA was passed back in 1938, but you might say that compliance has never been more “in style” than it is today. If you think your company is in need of a wage and hour “make-over” this year, consider discussing these 10 action steps with your attorney.

Natalie F. Hrubos
Posted: December 11, 2013

You can learn a lot from social media pages. For instance, if your employees have used any of these hashtags, you may have a wage and hour law problem.

Filed Under: Wage and Hour
Natalie F. Hrubos
Posted: October 14, 2013

Generally, the fact that a manager has management responsibilities is not necessarily enough to meet the exemption if he spends the majority of his time performing non-exempt tasks.

Filed Under: Employment, General
Natalie F. Hrubos
Posted: October 10, 2013

Donning and doffing is a hot area of wage and hour law that often leads to class and collective actions and, as a result, creates significant potential liability and litigation costs for employers.

Filed Under: Wage and Hour
Natalie F. Hrubos
Posted: September 20, 2013

“It’s the age” is what everyone says when I say I had 5 weddings to go to this year. The count included two in Philadelphia where I live, two in Cape May where I’m from, and most recently, one in Cancun, Mexico where my cousin and her (now) husband said “I do.”

Filed Under: General, Wage and Hour