Advice from Leading Employment & Labor Law Firm
Littler Mendelson

Brian Dixon of Littler Mendelson partners with Replicon to deliver informative and practical information on workforce compliance.

10 Costly FLSA Mistakes

Companies need to be well aware of the regulations involved in FLSA Compliance to avoid labor disputes and expensive litigation. For more information on compliance and the FLSA, please visit our compliance
section here.

Key Facts about Compliance

Labor laws are complex, and interpreting them can be a challenge. How concerned are organizations about ensuring they have the right processes in place to achieve compliance? Who has the greatest exposure? And how do you stack up compared to other companies?

Navigating Labor Compliance Hazards

Discover how time and attendance management processes can better integrate with payroll, scheduling, and absence management.

Meeting the Challenges of DCAA Compliance

Meeting the obligations set by the Defense Contract Audit Agency (DCAA) can be quite challenging, as they require meticulous record keeping and strick workflows. Read this datasheet and discover important considerations for contractors, as well as DCAA compliance best practices and how your company can implement them.

Labor Compliance and Time Tracking

Labor laws are complex, and interpreting them can be a challenge. How concerned are organizations about ensuring they have the right processes in place to achieve compliance? Who has the greatest exposure? And how do you stack up compared to other companies?

FLSA Overtime Guidelines You Need to Know

Unknowingly misclassifying employees occurs more frequently than you'd think, but you can make no mistake about the result—violations can result in penalties or worse. Read this PBP Executive Report to learn what you need to know to classify employees correctly and ensure compliance.

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