An employer’s decision as to how employees are classified for purposes of minimum wage and overtime pay is one that can be costly if the proper factors are not considered. Take for example, Halliburton. Recently, the Department of Labor concluded an investigation of oil and gas provider Halliburton in which it found Halliburton had incorrectly […]
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You may view updating your Facebook status, posting a new picture on Instagram, or tweeting your reaction to your favorite television show as a quick, fun activity that helps you relieve stress. However, when you are involved in a divorce, or any legal proceeding, that information can be used against you. The saying that “a […]