Remote Work = Less Pay? Learn your compensation requirements during the pandemic.
COVID-19 has increased the risks organizations face for employee actions outside of work. Working from home blurs or eliminates the “off” or “on” in the job distinction and magnifies liabilities for employee behaviors, security, and safety.
Many employees are currently working remotely due to the pandemic. Some employers are taking steps with regard to their compensation that might violate the wage and hour laws.
You need to understand how you must pay employees who are working remotely. It is particularly critical to ensure that non-except employees accurately track their time. Insufficient compensation and incomplete documentation can lead to lawsuits and penalties.
- What are your FLSA obligations when employees work remotely?
- What compensation issues are tripping up employers during the pandemic?
- Would it violate the FLSA to pay employees less when working remotely?
- How should you accurately track hours non-exempt employees work remotely?
- Can a failure to accurately track hours lead to potential legal liability?
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