Pennsylvania Exempt Employee Minimum Salary Requirements to Increase Above Federal Level

Are you ready? In just over six months, Pennsylvania’s minimum salary requirements for exempt employees are set to increase above the federal minimum standard for the first time. Ever since Pennsylvania’s Minimum Wage Act was passed in 1968, it has mirrored the minimum wage levels and salary exemption minimums set forth in the Fair Labor …

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Five Steps Employers Should Take In the Second Year Of the COVID-19 Pandemic

For the past year, employers faced unprecedented difficulties as they navigated the twists, turns and ever-present challenges the COVID-19 pandemic dished out. A year later, new challenges face employers. The promise of vaccines, the fear of new variants, and the realization that “normal” will never look quite the same, leave many employers to wonder: “what …

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OSHA Reinforces COVID Guidelines for the Workplace

On January 29, 2021, the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) updated its existing guidelines concerning coronavirus protection measures for the workplace. Focusing on the implementation of workplace protection programs, OSHA’s updated advisory guidance seeks to reinforce the benefits of implementing workplace policies along with the critical role employees have in combatting workplace spread. These guidelines are …

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Words Matter in Attendance Policies

The Third Circuit Court of Appeals recently identified the difference between merely “requesting” Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA) leave and “requesting and reporting” FMLA leave. At issue in the case was the employer’s policy that required an employee to request and be approved for FMLA leave and, once approved, to report an FMLA absence …

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2021 Brings Uncertainty to Vaccination Process

As the COVID-19 virus has shown, even just a few weeks’ time can create unpredictable developments. With the arrival of 2021, and the slow vaccine roll out, questions have arisen over when most Americans will be vaccinated. Coupled with the recent surge of cases in late 2020 and new “variant strains” of the virus that are much …

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