The definition of “joint employer” has been a source of confusion for some time. Joint employment, also known as co-employment, is the sharing of control and supervision of an employee’s activity among two or more business entities. While a single definition is not on the horizon, there are efforts underway by three key agencies to refine…Read Now
Pending legislation in Philadelphia would create a portable bank of paid time off (PTO) for domestic workers. Domestic workers will be able to take these benefits with them from one job to the next. Provisions will address accruals, a maximum cap, carryover and other details. While the bill would be limited to home health aides, nannies…Read Now
The U.S. Department of Labor (DOL) may accelerate its schedule for comments on ways to improve the Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA) to reduce administrative burdens on employers. DOL said it may seek comments on improving the FMLA as early as December. It was originally scheduled for April 2020. This is a follow-on to…Read Now
Baby Boomers segment of U.S. workforce expected to grow 61% over next decade, outpacing overall 5.5% growth.
Glassdoor reports that baby boomers (born 1944 – 1964) are the fastest growing segment of the U.S. workforce. A Pew Research Center analysis of official labor force data indicates that in 2018, 29% of Boomers ages 65 to 72 were working or looking for work, significantly outpacing prior generations who averaged 20% at the same age…Read Now
While forecasts of 2020 economic performance indicate caution, Korn Ferry predicts a slight increase in salaries for the coming year. In the US, an average 3% pay increase is predicted, which is the same as the prior two years. Adjusted for the expected 1.6% inflation rate in 2020, the real wage increase is forecast to…Read Now