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Lessons from the Courts: March ’18

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Managers at a resort in Orlando, Fla., apparently thought that if they got employees to sign documents that allowed bosses to edit their clock-in, clock-out times, that everything would be OK. Not so. The U.S. Department of Labor stepped in and ordered the employer to pay $372,183 in back wages owed to 275 employees, as well as $41,368 in fines.

The takeaway: Never alter time records to reflect fewer hours than an employee actually worked.

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