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Court Parses The Workday, And The Employer May Have To Pay

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Workdays can be split roughly into three parts: pre-work activities (if any), the actual workday, and post-work activities (if any). Under the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA), you have to pay employees for their pre-work and post-work activities if those tasks are integral and indispensable to their principal activities. A federal appeals court has ruled that employees' post-work activities, which consisted of uploading data to the company's server, may be compensable working time. [Rutti v. Lojack Corp., Inc., No. 07-56599, 9th Cir. (2009).]

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