Employment Law Newsletter: The Six Most Common (and Costly) FLSA Mistakes
Monday, December 9, 2013
The federal Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA), the "granddaddy" of all employment laws, provides important protections to workers in terms of their pay and hours worked. The law also presents challenges to employers in their understanding of the many regulations and court cases interpreting the FLSA since its enactment in 1938 and how those rulings apply to the modern workforce.
In this issue of The Resource: A Legal Newsletter for Employers & Human Resource Professionals, the Wyrick Robbins Employment Law Group explores a few of the most common FLSA mistakes made by employers today. Among the areas addressed are: classification of exempt employees; overtime calculations; and working "off the clock."