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What are the Legal Risks of “Joint Employers”?

The Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) is a federal law that governs wage and hour issues for employees across the country. The FLSA has specific requirements when it comes to overtime pay and minimum wage, and all employers must abide by the FLSA when paying employees. Specifically, the FLSA requires all non-exempt employees to be paid one and one-half times his or her hourly wage for any hours worked beyond the 40-hour workweek, and to be paid at least the minimum wage of $7.25 per hour in Texas. Generally speaking, an employer must comply with the FLSA to ensure that Read more
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Are Salespeople Exempt Under FLSA?

While many employees are eligible for a certain amount of overtime pay and a minimum wage under the FLSA, certain types of employees are exempt. With exempt employees, employers are not required to pay overtime according to the FLSA. One example of such exempt employees are those employees that meet the requirements of the “outside sales exemption.” Does the outside sales exemption mean that all salespeople are exempt under the FLSA? What about salespeople who travel to various locations to sell products? It is critical for all employers to understand the outside sales exemption in order to remain in compliance Read more