Rules of the road: Know when to pay hourly employees for travel time

November 2009
HR Specialist: Minnesota Employment Law;2009, Vol. 2 Issue 11, p4
The article discusses the applications of Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) sets of rules on compensating hourly employees for travel time in Minnesota. It explains of when to pay hourly compensation for employees to avoid complaints to class-action lawsuits. In this regard, a case study which explains the situation when to give hourly compensation for employees is presented.


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