For all U.S. based companies or companies with employees in the U.S., FLSA compliance is a major responsibility. Ask anyone in HR or leadership and they will tell you how important it is.
In the same breath, they’ll also tell you how time consuming it can be. Operating a remote business can make FLSA compliance even more difficult.
With the recent increase in remote work, many companies are struggling with questions on how to stay compliant in their new remote or hybrid work environments.
To put it simply, the Federal Labor Standards Act (FLSA) requires employers to pay its nonexempt or hourly employees for all hours that employees work, including any time spent outside of their regular scheduled work hours.
It also establishes minimum wage, overtime pay, record keeping and youth employment standards. This act states that employees must be paid no matter where the work is performed and they must be paid for any overtime.
Companies of all types need to maintain compliance with the FLSA by ensuring that they are compensating employees fairly for all hours worked in order to protect themselves from legal repercussions and fines.
Now that remote and hybrid workforces are becoming more common, organizations need an easy and accurate way to keep track of all time that employees work.
There are many tools that can be used for employees to clock in and out, but Time Doctor provides the extra visibility that employers need to ensure that they are recording all hours worked. We’ve created the list below of how Time Doctor makes FLSA compliance easy and saves hours of manual administrative work.
Whether your teams are based in the U.S. or you have offshore teams located in the U.S., Time Doctor makes it simple and easy to stay compliant with the FLSA.
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