The FLSA provides an overtime exemption for commissioned retail salespeople – but only if certain strict conditions are met. Click to learn more.
Learned professionals and creative professionals are exempt from overtime pay. However, there are specific requirements before an employee qualifies for these exemptions. Click to learn more.
Salaried administrative employees are exempt from overtime pay. But what is an “administrative” worker? Click to learn more.
Many managerial employees are exempt from overtime pay. But merely calling someone a manager isn’t enough. Click to learn more about the executive exemption.
The first post in a series addressing the FLSA white collar exemptions. What qualifies as a “salary” under the law? Click to learn more.
Conventional wisdom says that salaried employees are ineligible for overtime. However, this is an oversimplification, and many salaried employees are in fact legally entitled to overtime pay. Click here to learn more.
Can Louisiana employers ban employees from carrying guns from the premises? The answer is generally yes, but some exceptions apply. Click to learn more.
Some employers employees from discussing salaries or pay rates with co-workers. These policies violate federal law. Click to learn more.
Most of us have heard that Louisiana is an “employment at will” state. But what does employment “at will” really mean?
Are Louisiana employers required to offer sick leave? The answer depends on several factors, including the size of the employer and the type of leave being requested.