It seems as though there is a minefield that employers must navigate to ensure that they fulfill their wage and hour obligations to their employees. Employers must somehow comply with overlapping and seemingly contradictory federal, state, district, county, and local requirements. The wave of civil actions that are filed against employers alleging wage and hour
Time Is Money: A Quick Wage-Hour Tip on … Time-Rounding
By Michael (Mike) S. Kun on
Posted in State Wage and Hour Laws, Wage and Hour Policies
For decades, employers have rounded non-exempt employees’ work time when calculating their compensation. Maybe they have rounded employee work time to the nearest 10 minutes, maybe to the nearest quarter hour, but they done it and, generally, the courts have approved of it.
But the question employers with time-rounding policies should ask themselves today is…