The bottom line is that employers can require employees to return to the workplace as long as they have a legitimate, nondiscriminatory reason for doing so, and as long as the workplace is safe. However, there are numerous exceptions and employers need to take great care to make sure they do not run afoul of the law, especially disability ...Are employees returning to office?
The return to the office is finally happening A quarter of full-time employees were still working exclusively from home in December 2021, according to Gallup. Now companies are starting to call ...Can employers refuse to pay their employees for overtime?
Your employer cannot require you to work more than 40 hours in a week, and then refuse to pay you time and a half for any time you worked over 40 hours (assuming you’re nonexempt). They have every right to set a schedule that sees you working over 40 hours, but only so long as they properly pay you for the overtime hours you work. What They Can Do