Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA)

The Fair Labor Standards Act advocates for workers by establishing minimum-wage, overtime, and child labor standards in the United States. These standards usually apply only to hourly employees, but some salaried employees also are covered under FLSA. In fact, the only true measure of whether or not employees are covered by the FLSA is their status: exempt or nonexempt, as determined by the employee’s primary duties.

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3 Ways to Avoid FLSA Lawsuits Play by the Rules to Stay Compliant

Many organizations are at greater risk of FLSA investigations and lawsuits. Combat risk by reviewing FLSA standards with supervisors, maintaining employee records, and using a time and attendance system to help automate compliance

Managing Internships: Paid and Unpaid

Many companies use interns to provide an educational opportunity for young people and to recruit future employees. Make sure your company understands the FLSA criteria for paid and unpaid internships and how to comply

Burden of Compliance: The Increasing Threat of Compliance Investigation and How Employers Can Avoid It

A recent Department of Labor initiative shifts the burden of compliance to employers. How can your organization avoid a compliance investigation?

Effective Employee Recordkeeping

The best way to manage and report employee records accurately is by integrating HR, payroll and timekeeping systems

Misclassification Mishaps: 6 Ways Employers Can Protect Themselves from Employee Misclassification

Many employers are unsure how to protect themselves against misclassification. This white paper reviews ways organizations can help avoid costly misclassification mishaps

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