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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.
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Technological advances in payroll practices might be desired by both employers and employees, but an employer should give careful consideration as to how it will address the variety of legal restrictions and administrative burdens these advances could implicate.
The wise response to reports about the continued onslaught of wage-hour claims is to review your compliance status immediately.
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