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Obama Administration Change to Overtime Rules Exceeded Authority, Says Judge

By Cary Schwimmer |

A Texas federal court judge has struck down a change to federal overtime rules introduced by the Obama administration. The Trump administration has abandoned an attempt to defend the rule, and is now considering possible alternatives to the Obama administration rule. Rule on hold since November The Obama Department of Labor introduced the now-rejected… Read More »

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Recent EEOC Lawsuit Shows Danger of Requiring Employees with Disabilities to Provide Full Medical Releases

By Cary Schwimmer |

The federal Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) affects all Tennessee businesses with 15 or more employees, requiring them to make “reasonable accommodations” for employees with a known disability. Determining when an employee’s requested accommodation or need for extended leave is reasonable, or when it would pose an unfair burden on the business, is one… Read More »

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Tennessee’s Small Businesses Have Highest Hiring Rate in Country

By Cary Schwimmer |

According to a recent report, the small businesses in Tennessee are hiring at a higher rate than those in any other state. If you’re a small business owner, there are many important facts to know before you hire your first employee. Learn more about hiring as a small business in Tennessee below, and contact… Read More »

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