Exempt vs. nonexempt: What’s the big deal?

In a 2013 study, NERA Economic Consulting reported that U.S. employers paid $467 million in settlements as a result of wage and hour violations. NERA classified the violations in the following categories:

  • Overtime
  • Off-the-clock
  • Minimum wage violations
  • Donning and doffing

Round Nonexempt Hours Correctly

Work-Time Calculations: Rules on Rounding Hours Q&A

“Rounding” is generally accepted under the FLSA, but only as long as the rounding practices “average out” and nonexempt employees are paid properly for hours worked. Find out how to implement this practice …

FLSA Compliance for Non-Work Time

Non-Working Time: Do You Know When It Must Be Paid?

You know that nonexempt employees must be paid for all hours they actually perform work. But what about time when they are not really working? The FLSA requires you to …