Employment and Immigration Law

Employment and Immigration Law

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Employment and Immigration Law

Strategic Considerations For Workplace Investigations

By NINA T. PIRROTTI

I have devoted a good part of my legal career to either conducting investigations or scrutinizing them. As a prosecutor, I investigated hundreds of cases, ranging from kidnappings to homicides. As an employment lawyer, I still investigate cases, now on behalf of employers.

 

'Fluctuating Workweeks' Can Affect Overtime Pay

 By JONATHAN B. ORLEANS

Two recent decisions by Connecticut courts illustrate both the utility and some of the limitations of using the "fluctuating workweek method" to calculate the overtime pay for non-exempt employees who work more than 40 hours in a workweek.

 

Corporate Image, Social Media, And NLRB: A Dangerous Intersection

 By JAY MARSHALL WOLMAN

Jack Manager is having a bad day and gets a bit snippy with his subordinates — nothing huge or controversial. At the same time, due to approaching deadlines, Jack asks those subordinates to come in over the weekend to finish up some work.

 

Employer Policies And The NLRB: What's A Company To Do?

By MARGARET J. STRANGE and SALLY WELCH ST. ONGE

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