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Though the business entity is normally liable for unpaid wages, employees also may attempt to claim them from individual owners of the employer entity.  In Maryland, an individual construction project manager who is a company owner may be considered an “employer” under the Fair Labor Standards Acts (“FLSA”) and could be liable for unpaid wages…

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As employers struggle with sky-rocketing unemployment insurance premiums, some look to reorganization for relief. Unfortunately, most business reorganizations designed to reduce unemployment insurance rates are illegal and can result in serious trouble for employers. Maryland’s State Unemployment Tax Act (“SUTA”) prohibits employers from taking unlawful actions to lower their unemployment insurance tax rate below the…

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Employers now have until April 30, 2012 to post the National Labor Relations Act (“NLRA”) rights poster. The National Labor Relations Board (“NLRB”) decided to postpone implementation of the posting rule from January 31, 2012 until April 30, 2012. This requirement applies to both non-unionized and unionized workplaces. The poster provides a comprehensive list of…

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