Many employers believe that if an employee (or many employees) perform a tiny amount of work, or work-like activity, before their shifts, that brief off-the-clock, activity cannot be “working time”
Continue Reading These Pre-Shift Working Time Cases Keep Popping Up–Employers Beware!

The issue of payment (or not) for undergoing security checks has been a hot item of late, especially since the US Supreme Court issued its momentous decision in Integrity Staffing
Continue Reading FLSA Collective Action Seeks Payment For Time Spent Undergoing COVID Screen: I Don’t Think So!

On prevailing wage projects, employees are paid for the different trade work they do by the rate for that trade.  Sometimes, employees work in more than one classification (e.g. Carpenter
Continue Reading On Davis-Bacon/Prevailing Wage Projects, Be Aware of “Split Classification” Issues and Problems