Delaware County Employment Attorney Discusses Keeping Records of Hours and Pay
As an experienced Delaware County Employment Attorney, I am often asked if employers need to keep records of hours worked. Employers are required to keep and maintain records of their employees depending on certain statutes. One of the statues is federal, and it’s the Fair Labor Standards Act. If your business is engaged in interstate commerce and conducts $500,000 or more in general revenue every year, then the FLSA will apply to you. The FLSA will require that you maintain certain records of your employees including contact information, schedule, wages paid, the rate at which they were paid, and whether or not you made any deductions. These are all records that you need to maintain.
Are you an employer that wants to know if you must keep employee records? Contact experienced Delaware County Employment Attorney Paul Fellman to guide you.
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