By Aaron Vehling (January 19, 2016, 5:05 PM EST) -- Most employers do business thinking they are following the law, but even the best-intentioned ones might be missing certain issues that could trigger a lawsuit.
This year has its share of changes that employers need to keep on their radar, including the expansion of overtime eligibility for millions of workers, and recent developments such as various workplace-related executive orders and agencies like the National Labor Relations Board scrutinizing many aspects of the workplace experience.
But there are also stalwart requirements that employers might not even realize they need to follow, such as rules regarding leave under the Family and Medical Leave...
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