Which Employees Are Exempt from Minimum Wage and Overtime Requirements?
Under the FLSA, employees are entitled to be paid a minimum wage for each hour worked and to be paid one-and-a-half times their regular rate of pay for each hour in excess of 40 hours worked in a workweek (some states have slightly different regulations). Certain employees are exempt from these requirements, including employees who…Listen Now
Should I Pay My Employees a Flat Rate by Budget or by Actual Hours Worked?
A group of mechanics employed at a South Carolina chain of tire and automobile repair stores was paid under a compensation plan that contained two components. They received an amount determined by multiplying the particular mechanic’s “flat rate”;—an hourly pay rate assigned to each mechanic based on that mechanic’s particular skill, experience, and certifications—by the…Listen Now
Do I Have to Reimburse My Employees for Personal Auto Use?
We will be looking at an explanation from the Wage and Hour Division of the Department of Labor about the Fair Labor Standards Act, specifically about employee reimbursements. Generally, the FLSA requires covered employers to pay non-exempt employees no less than the federal minimum hourly wage for all non-overtime hours worked in a given workweek.…Listen Now
Can I Pay My Commercial Drivers Commission Only?
Establishments that had been listed as lacking a retail concept, including waste-removal contractors, may now qualify as retail or service establishments.Listen Now
How Can Employers Correctly Track Paid Hours for Hourly Employees?
Employees that work from home on an hourly basis need an ability to clock in and out for their scheduled hours and an ability to report the time that they worked in an unscheduled time. For example, if the employer was not expecting the employee to work at 10 pm, and yet they did, the…Listen Now