Posts tagged FLSA compliance.
USDOL's Payroll Audit Independent Determination (PAID) pilot program is meant to provide employers with the framework to proactively resolve potential FLSA claims. Nonetheless, on the whole, it seems that the benefits and risks are not particularly distinguishable from an investigation.
Compliance, Enforcement, Government Enforcement, Minimum Wage, Overtime Compensation, settlement strategies, Settlements, Wage and Hour, Wage/Hour LawsTags: FLSA, FLSA compliance, FLSA enforcement, FLSA investigations, FLSA settlement, FLSA settlements, FLSA waivers, minimum wage, overtime, U.S. Wage and Hour Division, USDOL Wage and Hour Division, Wage & Hour, Wage and Hour, Wage and Hour Division, wage-hour compliance, wage-hour investigations, wage-hour law, Wage/Hour Laws
Whether the FLSA effectively prohibits an employer from imposing certain costs (such as for purchasing a uniform) on an employee depends on a variety of factors, including whether it is cost-prohibitive in the particular circumstances.
Deductions Or Repayments, Minimum Wage, Overtime CompensationTags: deduction, FLSA, FLSA compliance, FLSA misconceptions, minimum wage, overtime pay, recoupment, recover, repay, uniform
Legislation pending in the House and the Senate would radically transform federal wage-hour requirements and enforcement.
Compensation Generally, Compliance, Criminal Penalties, Criminal Prosecution, Enforcement, Government Enforcement, Legislation, RemediesTags: FLSA civil money penalties, FLSA compliance, FLSA enforcement, FLSA remedies, Portal-to-Portal Act
The wise response to reports about the continued onslaught of wage-hour claims is to review your compliance status immediately.
Compliance, Enforcement, Government Enforcement, LitigationTags: FLSA, Fair Labor Standards Act, FLSA compliance, wage-hour compliance, Compliance, FLSA lawsuits, wage-hour lawsuits, wage-hour investigations, FLSA investigations