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Mock Robbery as Posttraining Exercise Leads to Lawsuit

Posttraining exercises provide opportunities for employees to apply what they learned in training and for management to gain insight into ways to improve future trainings. However, those exercises must be carried out in such a way that no one gets injured—physically or psychologically.

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Police Chief Still an Executive Under FLSA Even While Walking the Beat, Says VT Superior Court

A former police chief in Vermont was correctly classified as exempt under the Fair Labor Standards Act’s executive exemption — despite the fact that he frequently had to perform patrol work — because the bulk of his duties were still considered managerial, the Vermont Supreme Court ruled Aug. 10. In spite of his status as […]

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Richmond Va. Settles Overtime Lawsuit with City Police Officers for $7M+

Police officers in Richmond, Va., will be paid $7.2 million in unpaid overtime under the terms of a settlement agreement approved July 27 by a federal judge. The settlement between more than 600 officers and the city resolved a year-long fight over whether federal Fair Labor Standards Act provisions or state laws held sway over […]

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