With daylight savings, your employees may start taking more time off to enjoy the great weather with their friends and family.
A security services company based in California is facing accusations that it wrongly classified employees in an attempt to reduce financial obligations and other considerations.
A group of five firefighters previously or currently employed by an Alabama city have reached an agreement with that area's governing body to settle a lawsuit over various Fair Labor Standards Act claims.
Recent high-profile Fair Labor Standards Act judgments against and settlements with restaurants that employ delivery drivers highlight the importance of using proper employee tracking software to accurately record hours worked and increase compliance.
A group of prominent ski resorts and other hospitality providers in the Aspen, Colo. area have reached an agreement with the U.S. Department of Labor over violations of employee time and attendance standards.
A Chicago-based chain of grocery stores that recently closed its doors will pass along an accusation of overtime discrepancies from managerial employees to its parent companies.
Among a group of states and municipalities interested in boosting the base value of employee time and attendance, Connecticut's plan for a minimum wage increase is in line with those proposed by other governing bodies.
The question of whether employees of a major online retailer should be compensated for time spent waiting in security checks at the beginning and end of their shifts will be heard by the high court of the U.S.
The value of employee time and attendance is in a state of flux in states and municipalities across the country, highlighting the need for accurate attendance tracking software for businesses to stay current with possibly changing laws.
A Pennsylvania-New Jersey restaurant chain recently agreed to a consent judgment where it will pay more than $6.8 million in back wages and damages for FLSA violations affecting more than 1,000 workers.