Tag: Wages

Payment of Wages On March 19, 2018, Utah Governor Gary Herbert signed legislation (S.B. 212) addressing the payment of unpaid wages to a commission-based sales agent after the employer separates the sales agent from its payroll. The law is effective May 8, 2018. Read UT S.B. 212 Workers’ Compensation Claim Protections On March 19, 2018,…

Question: We have a salaried/nonexempt employee who has used all her sick and vacation time. Can we dock her 8 hours if she has missed a day? Answer: The Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) does not require employers to pay nonexempt employees for hours they did not work. If an employee missed a day and…

Question: During a complicated pregnancy, what happens if an employee uses all 12 weeks of Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA) leave prior to the birth? What about workers’ compensation, state disability, and company provided disability? Does the employer have to give the employee all of the payment options and permit the employee to decide?…

A ruling has been given for the case of National Association of Manufacturers (NAM) v. NLRB concerning new posting requirements which include the right of employees to organize into unions, bargain collectively, discuss wages, benefits and working conditions, jointly complain, strike and picket, or choose not to do any of these activities. The ruling reads…