Presentation part of the fall edition of Strategic Innovations--HR Legal Seminar, a program sponsored by the Huntsville-Madison County Chamber of Commerce
Presentation made at the AMIC Roundtable.
These provisions apply to applicable large employers (ALEs)—employers with 50 or more full-time employees.
The new rules became effective September 17, 2015.
The new rule is likely to affect 22% of America's workforce, beginning on January 1, 2015.
The Obama administration has taken a number of steps that affect employment practices of federal government contractors.
The seminar provided 8 hours of CPE credit for CPAs.
Changes could increase the number of employees who get paid overtime.
Projects keep the pets of people in need out of the municipal animal shelter.
To become a member of the FDCC, an attorney must be selected for membership by the FDCC board of directors.
Mr. Bailey also delivered a presentation at the meeting about reality in the courtroom.
Firm attorneys draft law to reduce unemployment compensation taxes paid by employer-client that supports schools.
These new laws address charter schools and virtual schools; amend the Alabama Accountability Act, the Open Meetings Act, the Flexible School Calendar Act, and the law against nepotism in state hiring; and create a new Alabama Community College System. The Tim Tebow bill did not pass the legislature.
This case required our attorneys to arbitrate our client's claims as provided by ICANN.
Administrative law judge finds that the successful contractor is indeed a small business for purposes of bid to provide services to the U.S. Army Evaluation Center.