Overtime Record Keeping
Representation by Skilled Orlando Overtime Attorneys
Employers are required to keep detailed wage and hour records for each and every worker in their employment. In fact, our firm has seen many cases in which a lawsuit was won due to the employer’s failure to maintain accurate time records for their employees.
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Employers are required by The Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) to keep certain records on hours, wages, and more, as regulated by the Department of Labor. The records don’t have to be in a certain format, nor do time clocks have to be used.
If an employee is subject to overtime pay provisions and minimum wage, these must be recorded:
- Personal Information
- Day & Hour the Workweek Begins
- Total of Hours Worked per Day
- Total of Hours Worked per Week
- Total Straight-time Earnings Daily or Weekly
- Regular Hourly Pay for Week Involving Overtime
- Total Overtime Pay per Workweek
- Wage Additions or Deductions
- Each Pay Period’s Paid Total Wages
- Payment Date & Pay Period
Nonexempt workers, exempt employees, homeworkers, uncommon pay arrangements, and other workers will require different records and forms be kept and maintained. Without these records, employees will have a difficult time proving an employee’s overtime claim to be false.
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