Entries by NCBA Section

Representing Employers In the #MeToo Era

By Robin Shea The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission reports that it has seen only about a 3 percent increase in sexual harassment charges since the #MeToo movement began roughly a year ago. However, a more significant increase may become apparent in early 2019, after the Agency compiles its charge-filing statistics for the fiscal year that […]

Whether Employee Repayment Agreements Pass Muster Under The FLSA

By Kevin S. Joyner In an age of ever-increasing workforce transience, employers often seek ways to incentivize employees to commit to their organization through benefit programs such as relocation expenses, tuition reimbursement, sign-on and/or retention bonuses, and other monetary advances.  Employers also spend a considerable amount of time and money training new employees.  In an […]