The industry is fraught with issues threatening our ability to secure a steady stream of hair stylists and therapists. Employers continue to be bombarded with new, vague rules that make it increasingly difficult to comply. Key labor and wage issues ISBN is currently monitoring and/or engaged in are:

  • CA Piece Rate Legislation
  • Paystub & Reporting
  • Scheduling Rules
  • Overtime and exempt/non-exempt rules
  • Minimum wage increases

The list continues to grow as does the complexity of labor and wage law. The ISBN provides insight, resources and collaboration through it’s network to give members a leg up when dealing with regulatory changes that impact our ability to legitimately employ and compensate employees.

Latest Updates

Employee ManagementLabor & Wage

Managing a Multi-Generational Workplace

This workshop at the 2019 ISBN Annual Conference was presented by Bob Roginson and Iggy Garcia of Ogletree Deakins, a leading labor and wage firm with expertise and locations across the United States.

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Labor & Wage

Compensation Challenges in 2019

This workshop at the 2019 ISBN Annual Conference was presented by Bob Roginson and Iggy Garcia of Ogletree Deakins, a leading labor and wage firm with expertise and locations across the United States.

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Government RelationsLabor & Wage

DOL Withdraws Independent Contractor and Joint Employment Guidance

Originally seen on Ogletree Deakins, an ISBN Partner. On June 7, 2017, Labor Secretary Alexander Acosta announced that the U.S. Department of Labor (DOL) has withdrawn two informal guidance documents on independent contractor misclassification and joint employment, both issued during the Obama administration. The DOL issued guidance in 2015 that …

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Government RelationsLabor & Wage

Wage & Hours Panel Review

Paying your team members has never been more complicated, especially for the multi-unit business that spans multiple state lines. From paystub and piece-rate regulations to minimum wage increases, ISBN members discussed what’s happening in their businesses and how they are adapting their businesses. This webinar moderated by Sandra Anderson, Chief …

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