What You Should Know About Ch. 11 Unsecured Creditors’ Committees
Often unsecured creditors in a Ch. 11 bankruptcy case do not get actively involved in the case because they are not in a strong position to recover significant amounts on their claims since their claims are not secured by liens. They also usually do not hire attorneys to pursue their […]
Do you know you have to pay employees for…
On Monday, the Department of Labor (DOL) issued guidance for how employers should track unscheduled work hours now that remote work is a reality for many businesses due to the Coronavirus. Essentially, an employer must pay for all hours worked including work an employer does not request where an employee […]
School’s back…now what?
Considering kids are supposed to start school any day and school districts’ plans are still in flux, many questions are being raised related to remote learning and childcare. As you may know, the Families First Coronavirus Response Act (FFCRA) kicks in when an employee is caring for a child and the […]
Summertime means employee vacation requests. But, with COVID-19 still very prevalent and even surging in some locales, the handling of such requests can be troublesome for employers. In addition, how you handle a vacationing employee upon their return, will depend upon where they went and what they did. In short, […]