Diversity and Next Level Inclusion is a Hallmark of a Great Workplace!

Diversity and next level inclusion is a hallmark of a great workplace! As we enter in to the various religious and cultural winter holidays, we recognize that being respectful and inclusive can be difficult and costly. However, Title VII covered employers are obligated to provide reasonable accommodations for employees to observe religious holidays if it […]

Chandra C. Davis and Raquel Crump of McFadden Davis LLC to discuss the latest in holiday pay and other employment law matters on December 10.

Save the Date: December 10, 2018 12:00 – 1:00 PM ‘Tis the Season: For Paid Time Off?  The Fair Labor Standards Act and Holiday Pay Attorneys Chandra C. Davis and Raquel Crump of The Employment Law Solution: McFadden Davis, LLC will discuss the latest in holiday pay and other employment law matters. This course is approved for one hour of general continuing […]

The Importance of Environmental Scans: Ensuring Compliance with Compensation Laws

Environmental scans can help you ensure that your company’s pay structure complies with federal and state compensation laws. Key federal compensation laws include the Fair Labor Standards Act (“FLSA”) and the Equal Pay Act (“EPA”). The FLSA is a broad compensation statute establishing minimum wage, overtime pay, recordkeeping, and child labor standards for full-time and […]

#CheersTo5Years-The Pipeline, Vol. 4

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Separation Notices

In Georgia, when the employment relationship ends, employers are required to provide departing employees with a separation notice.  Separation notices must be provided if an employee is fired, laid off, or quits. The notice is a one-page form document, DOL Form 800, available on the Georgia Department of Labor (“DOL”) website (https://dol.georgia.gov/documents/separation-notice-individual-dol-800). The employer must […]

Nursing Mothers in the Workplace

Eight years ago, ELS Partner, Chandra C. Davis became a mother to a beautiful daughter. She, like many women, decided to breastfeed; but Davis also worked full time as an attorney. One morning, Davis had a deposition to attend and arranged to have two rooms reserved: one for the deposition and the other to use […]

State Equal Pay Laws

Most states have laws prohibiting wage discrimination based on sex. Most state equal pay acts grant exceptions for pay based on wage differentials other than gender, such as seniority or merit. Below is a chart of each state’s equal pay law. State Provisions Alabama None. Alaska Employers cannot pay females less than males for comparable work […]

Employee or Independent Contractor?

At times employers must decide whether a worker is an employee (W2) or independent contractor (1099).  In general, most people who work in an employer’s business regularly are employees, not independent contractors.  An example of an independent contractor is a painter.  An employer hires a painter for a project like painting the breakroom in its […]

Helpful Tip for Hiring Summer Interns: Internship Should Not Guarantee Employment

Wondering if your internship program is legally compliant? Want to start an internship program, but do not know where to begin? View this helpful tip for employers when hiring summer interns. This tip discusses how the internship should not guarantee employment to the interns participating in the program. If you have any questions about hiring […]

3 Tips For Businesses Looking To Root Out Pay Gaps

The Employment Law Solution: McFadden Davis, LLC, conducts FLSA & pay gap audits with privileged legal compliance advice. Our audits provide a comprehensive view of a company’s compliance with employment laws that relate to wage and hour, human resources practices, and employment policies and forms. More than identifying potential problems, we help clients implement solutions […]