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New Requirements for Federal Contractors in 2022

Employers in Texas engaged in work as federal contractors or subcontractors need to learn about new employment law requirements affecting federal contractors in 2022. If your business takes on federal contracts or is classified as a federal contractor, you might already be familiar with certain requirements from 2021. Yet there is more to be aware of in 2022. Beginning in 2022, there are new requirements for federal contractors, and Texas businesses need to know what to do in order to remain in compliance. Our Frisco employment law attorneys can speak with you today about any compliance questions you have. In Read more
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Minimum Wage and Overtime Exceptions: Understanding the Outside Sales Exemption

Employers in Texas and throughout the U.S. are required to pay employees a minimum wage unless they are exempt. Under the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA), there are a wide variety of workers who may be exempt, which means the employer is not required to pay the minimum wage and/or overtime compensation. However, it is important for employers to understand, as the U.S. Department of Labor (DOL) explains, that “exemptions are narrowly construed against the employer asserting them,” and the “ultimate burden of supporting the actual application of an exemption rests on the employer.” Common exemptions include commission sales employees, Read more