Avoiding Legal Issues With Off-Clock Labor
Published 10/11/18 by Restaurant Hospitality
Requiring just a few extra minutes of employees' time when they are off the clock may be subject to extra compensation. Employers must have clear procedures in place for clocking in and out as well as knowing state and federal regulations.
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