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2017 Mar. 2nd 12:53pm

🏠 Nominations Sought for IPMA-HR 2018 President-Elect

🏠 Nominations Sought for IPMA-HR 2018 President-Elect

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The IPMA-HR Nominating Committee is now accepting nominations for president-elect. The deadline for the receipt of nominations is May 5, 2017. The desired competencies and application for president-elect that needs to be completed can be accessed here.

2017 Mar. 1st 10:50am
2017 Feb. 28th 4:30pm

🏠 Government Affairs Bulletin-- March 2017

🏠 Government Affairs Bulletin-- March 2017

Get the latest Government Affairs updates on Fair Labor Standards Act Overtime Regulations, Affordable Care Act, Affordable Care Act Excise Tax, Affordable Care Act Insurance Subsidies Litigation, Regulatory Reform, Wellness Litigation, FLSA Regular Rate Litigation and Municipal Bond Tax Exemption.

2017 Feb. 22nd 2:14pm

🏠 How to Decide What People Get Paid: Secrets from the CompDoctor™

🏠 How to Decide What People Get Paid: Secrets from the CompDoctor™

"How to Decide What People Get Paid: Secrets from the CompDoctor™" is a compendium of CompDoctor™ articles authored by Jim Fox and Bruce Lawson, Managing Directors of Arthur J. Gallagher & Company’s Public Sector ​and Higher Education Compensation Consulting Practice, over a period of more than 10 years. In this compilation you'll get valuable advice on Pay Strategy, Job Analysis, Job Evaluation, Market Analysis, Performance Management, Compensation Management, and General HR Best Practices

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2017 Feb. 22nd 11:56am

🏠 IPMA-HR Joins Amicus Brief in FLSA Case

🏠 IPMA-HR Joins Amicus Brief in FLSA Case

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IPMA-HR joined with several other associations in an amicus brief urging the United States Supreme Court to review the decision of the United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit in the case of the City of San Gabriel v. Flores. The Ninth Circuit ruled that the any unspent dollars paid to employees as part of a cash-in-lieu of benefits program should be included in the regular rate used for determining overtime under the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA).

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