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Payroll records: Know exempt, nonexempt timekeeping requirements

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in Human Resources,Office Management,Overtime Labor Laws,Payroll Management

Employers subject to the Fair Labor Standards Act must keep rec­­ords for both nonexempt and exempt employees. The regulations don’t say which types of record-keeping or time­­keeping methods you should use, but they do specify the necessary data you need to maintain on all employees. Here's the guidance you need to stay in compliance.

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Lucille Maldonado November 1, 2012 at 6:44 pm

If my Employer pays for 2 fifteen minute breaks, is that considered my paid lunch. If so, Is it still mandatory to take an additional unpaid half hour lunch time when we i’m already getting paid 2 fifteen minutes breaks? Your response is much appreciated. Thank you

Lucille Maldonado

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