At one time, tracking cell phones in law enforcement was the province of federal agents. Now, however, it has expanded to local police officials, offering a powerful and widely used surveillance tool, with hundreds of departments aggressively using it with almost or no court oversight. Meanwhile, t...
Employees who work more than 11 hours a day (as opposed to the standard eight) significantly increase their risk of heart disease, according to the UK’s Annals of Internal Medicine. Recent reports show that risk goes up by 67% for those who put in long hours at work. The University College London...
This article by Timothy W. Emery, Esq., a partner with Emery Reddy, PLLC, Attorneys at Law. Low-wage employees are often denied appropriate overtime pay and paid less than the minimum wage, according to a recent study based on a survey of employees in Los Angeles, Chicago, and New York. Researchers ...