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NLRB reaches settlement in case involving termination over Facebook posts

February 10th, 2011

The NLRB has announced that it has reached a settlement in a case involving a Connecticut ambulance service employee who was terminated for posting negative comments about a supervisor on her Facebook page. Shortly before the matter was to go to a hearing before the Board, the agency and employer, American Medical Response of Connecticut, [Read more...]

Wage & Hour Division recovers nearly $1 million in overtime wages for employees of UnitedHealthcare in Hartford, CT

February 9th, 2011

The U.S. Department of Labor has recovered a total of $934,551 in overtime back wages for 479 employees of UnitedHealthcare and $104,280 in civil money penalties after an investigation by the department’s Wage and Hour Division determined that the employees had been incorrectly classified as exempt from the Fair Labor Standards Act and consequently denied [Read more...]

SHRM finds organizations moving ahead to implement health care reform as growing number decide not to drop employee coverage

February 9th, 2011

While most organizations are not waiting for a repeal of health care reform, many are looking for further guidance on specific provisions of the law before making decisions on their benefits plans, a new poll by the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM) found. In the third of a series of polls about the implications [Read more...]

Nearly two-thirds of companies report FCPA, anti-corruption or economic sanctions issues lead to renegotiated or terminated deals

February 8th, 2011

According to results of Deloitte’s annual “Look Before You Leap “survey of corporate executives, investment bankers, private equity executives and hedge fund managers, 63 percent of respondents reported that Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA) and anti-corruption issues caused their companies to renegotiate or pull out of planned business relationships, mergers or acquisitions over the last [Read more...]

Towers Watson says few employers found implementing health care reform changes during open enrollment difficult

February 8th, 2011

US employers increased their use of technology-based communication with workers during the recent open enrollment benefit season, and also boosted their personal face-to-face communication with employees, according to a new survey by Towers Watson. The survey also found that helping employees understand new plan features was employers’ greatest open enrollment challenge, while implementing the first [Read more...]