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The issue of working time, especially the issue of preliminary and postliminary activities and what activities are compensable, haunts me as a practitioner and is confusing for employers.  Many of

Continue Reading Another Call Center Case Finding Boot Up Time Is Compensable: What Else Is New?

How many times have I written about working time cases, so called “off the clock” cases, where the claimed compensable time arises from preliminary or postliminary activities that are tied
Continue Reading Preliminary/Postliminary Class Action (Again): What Does “Integral” Mean To Make Pre-Shift Activities Compensable

To me, working time lawsuits are almost the most dangerous for an employer because they often will affect many employees, lending themselves (easily) to a purported class action. A recent
Continue Reading FLSA Training Time Class Action Highlights the Nuances of ‘Working Time’ Issues

I always tell clients they must comply with both federal and state law, whatever State they are situate in, that complying with one is not a defense to not complying
Continue Reading Employers Beware—State Wage Hour Rules May Be Tougher Than The FLSA and Must Be Complied With