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Wage and Hour Developments 2018: A Year in Review

Wage and Hour Developments 2018: A Year in Review
  • January 25, 2019

The law regulating the payment of wages and work hours is a vibrant area: the “fight for $15.00”; battles over who can receive tips (and whether the tip credit should be eliminated entirely); whether workers should be given additional pay when employers cancel shifts and fail to provide “predictive schedules”; and what should happen to that pesky overtime rule. These are just some of the hot button issues addressed in 2018. As 2019 begins, we take a look back at notable wage and hour developments on the federal and state level in 2018.

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