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States Raise Minimum Wage in 2014
Despite gridlock in Congress on a bill that would raise the federal minimum wage, many lower-paid workers have seen their earnings increase due to recent changes in state requirements.

 

Placing and Keeping Expats in Beijing More Difficult
In Beijing, an overcrowded city surrounded by mountains on three sides, the smog issue has become so alarming that businesses are finding it difficult to place expatriate workers in Beijing and keep them there.
 
Six Ways to Modernize FLSA Overtime Regulations
The upcoming proposed rule to revise the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) regulations, expected November 2014, should modernize the regulations to reflect today’s workforce, something the regulations don’t do now, the HR Policy Association wrote in a letter to Secretary of Labor Thomas Perez.  
 
Hasty Employee Surveillance Can Hurt Your Case Pa.: Whistleblower Bills Signed into Law
 

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