Court Confirms RI Employers Must Pay Time-And-A-Half

By Roger Hood | In November 2013, the Rhode Island Superior Court confirmed in its “Park Row” decision that, other than by specific exemption, RI employers must pay their employees time-and-a-half for hours worked on Sunday and holidays.

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PBN Guest Article: Phantom Equity Reward Without Hidden Costs

Christopher Matteodo recently authored a guest article entitled “Phantom Equity Reward Without Hidden Costs” that appeared in Providence Business News. Does phantom equity really stand a […]

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Legal Aspects of Performance Management – November 1st

Retaining high-performing workers is always a challenge. The key is establishing a clear and consistent management-level communication process. Performance planning should consider the entire spectrum of […]

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Minimizing Risks and Liabilities in Managing Performance

In conjunction with Employers Association of the NorthEast and PLDW
By Roger Hood and Rachelle Green
For more information, contact Roger Hood here and Rachelle Green here.

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Employer Rights, Responsibilities, and Results

Governor’s Commission on Disabilities: A Better Bottom Line: Employing People with Disabilities
By Rachelle Green
For more information, contact Rachelle Green here.

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New Regs for Tracking FMLA Intermittent Leave: Use Smallest Increment

By Roger Hood | As we celebrate the 20th anniversary of the Family and Medical Leave Act, new regulations issued in March clarify tracking for employers with hourly employees who take time off for qualified FMLA leave. The new regulations serve as a reminder to employers that they must track using the smallest increment of time utilized for other types of leave that are offered to employees.

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