Posts from November 2012.
A recent California case supports the view that there is nothing inherently unlawful about the proper rounding of employee worktime.
Hours Worked, Recordkeeping, TimekeepingTags: FLSA, Fair Labor Standards Act, See's Candy, rounding, hours worked, timekeeping, nearest tenth, nearest quarter, nearest five minutes, nearest 5 mintues, 29 C.F.R. 785.48, 785.48, 785.48(b)
An organization to which people donate holiday services should consider the possibility that these individuals might be FLSA "employees".
Employee Status, Employer Status, VolunteersTags: volunteer, volunteers, volunteerism, FLSA, Employee, employment, holiday volunteer, holiday volunteers, Fair Labor Standards Act
Now that the election is behind us, employers should consider what they might anticipate in the field of wage-hour law.
Compensation Generally, Compliance, Enforcement, Government Enforcement, Independent Contractor, Legislation, Minimum Wage, Overtime Work, Overtime Compensation, Paid Leave, Proposed Regulations, Recordkeeping, Salary BasisTags: post election, FLSA, Fair Labor Standards Act, wage theft, FLSA enforcement, new wage-hour regulations, new wage-hour laws, minimum-wage increase, salary-test increase, companionship exemption, Misclassification, independent contractor, paid leave