FLSA & the end of Daylight Savings Time
Posted on 11/07/2011 at 12:40 PM by The Newsroom
Employers with overnight shifts should be sure to pay their non-exempt employees for the extra hour they worked this weekend. Time cards showing only time clocked in and time clocked out may not reflect the actual hours worked when Daylight Savings Time ends. If that is the case, employers should not only pay their employees for that time, but also update records to document actual hours worked. Maintaining accurate time records is also a requirement under the Fair Labor Standards Act.
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