Help employers determine which Federal disability nondiscrimination laws apply to their business or organization. the Advisor also helps recipients of Federal financial assistance understand their responsibilites under these laws.
Provides information and answers to a variety of questions about who is a fiduciary and their responsibilities under the Employee Retirement Income Security Act (ERISA).
Helps employers and employees determine coverage and eligibility under FMLA and reviews valid reasons for leave, notification responsibilities and employee rights and benefits under the Act.
Helps Federal contractors and subcontractors understand basic coverage and compliance requirements for the equal employment opportunity laws administered by DOL's Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs (OFCCP).
Provides a brief primer on each law's basic provisions as well as any related recordkeeping, reporting and notice requirements.
Provides detailed explanations of each major laws' recordkeeping, reporting and notice requirements.
Helps employers determine which Federal DOL posters they are required to display and print required posters free of charge.
Helps employers and employees understand and determine coverage under the FLSA.
Helps employers and employees understand overtime pay principles and allows them to calculate overtime pay based on their own data for a sample pay period.
Helps employers and employees determine whether a particular employee is exempt from the FLSA's minimum wage and overtime pay requirements.
Helps employers and employees determine which work-related activities are considered "hours worked" and thus hours for which employees must be paid.
Helps employers, employees and their family members understand FLSA Section 14(c), which authorizes employers, after receiving a certificate from DOL, to pay less than the Federal minimum wage to workers who have disabilities for the work being performed.
Helps users determine if they fulfill the requirements of the H-1B visa program by answering questions relevant to specific H-1B classified workers. It also outlines notification requirements, monetary issues, worksite issues, recordkeeping and worker protections, as well as additional requirements for employers deemed to be H-1B dependent or willful violators.
Helps employees and their families make informed decisions about their employer-based health benefits, particularly when facing life and work changes such as marriage, childbirth, death, divorce, job loss, a new job or retirement.
Helps private sector employers understand their responsibilities and assists them in complying with the Federal laws applicable to their group health plans.
Helps mine operators determine minimum fire protection requirements for electrical and diesel equipment.
Helps mine operators and others in the mining industry understand and fulfill their filing requirements.
Helps users understand certain rights of union members and candidates in union officer elections, and the responsibilities of union officers and other involved in conducting union officer elections, as prescribed by the Labor-Management Reporting and Disclosure Act of 1959, as amended (LMRDA).
Helps medical professionals and workers exposed to cadmium in the workplace address the Federal monitoring and surveillance requirements of OSHA's general industry Cadmium Standard and provides guidance on conditions that may require a worker to be removed from further cadmium exposure.
Helps employers and employees identify confined spaces and handle them appropriately.
Helps employers and employees identify hazards in general industry workplaces.
Helps construction employers and employees understand and comply with OSHA's regulations regarding occupational exposure to lead.
Helps employers understand their responsibilities to report and record work-related injuries and illnesses under OSHA regulations.
Helps employers and employees understand workplace safety and health issues though expert systems that are available for off-line use.
Helps small business employers understand various retirement savings options available to them and determine which one is most appropriate for them and their employees.
Helps employers and employees understand their rights and responsibilities under USERRA and provides a notice that employers may post or distribute to fulfill their requirement to notify employees of their rights and benefits under the Act.
Helps wounded and injured Service Members and Veterans access valuable online resources and contact information for one-on-one employment assistance to help them transition into the civilian workforce.
Helps Veterans examine preferences they may be entitled to with regard to Federal employment.
Helps active duty personnel, Veterans, reservists, National Guard members and their family members navigate Internet resources on job searching, employment openings, career assessment, education and training opportunities, and available benefits.
Helps federal contractors and subcontractors prepare their annual reports on their affirmative action efforts to employ protected veterans.
This Advisor helps employers and workers understand the requirements of WARN, a law that, in certain circumstances, requires employers to provide advance notification of layoffs and plant closings in order to provide workers with sufficient time to seek other employment or retraining opportunities.