Posts from December 2012.
Whether an employee is due FLSA overtime compensation is not based upon how many hours he or she works in a particular job.
It might not be too late to influence the U.S. Labor Department's final regulatory revisions relating to the application of the FLSA's Section 13(a)(15) "companionship" exemption.
Exemptions And Exceptions, Proposed RegulationsTags: companionship, 13(a)(15), companionship services, home care, direct care, direct care workers, home care workers, companionship exemption, Fair Labor Standards Act, FLSA, proposed regulations, National Council on Disability
One should not conclude from a recent, favorable court ruling that FLSA timekeeping obligations are a "set it and forget it" proposition.
Compliance, Hours Worked, TimekeepingTags: FLSA, Fair Labor Standards Act, hours worked, compensable work, worktime, working time, work time, time records, timeclock, time clock, Brown v. ScriptPro, Mt. Clemens Pottery