WASHINGTON -- Food retailers that offer their employees opportunities to take online courses during non-working hours without compensation could be running afoul of a decades-old Department of Labor regulation, SN has learned. The little-known regulation recently came to the attention of the National Retail Federation here, which plans to gauge awareness of it among its retail members next month at a semiannual meeting of its committee for employment law. Members will be asked if the ...

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