So what can the employer do to prove the actual hours worked? Well, in todays world there are a number of technologies used in the workplace that employers should think about when trying to recreate the time worked by the employee. Such technologies include:
1) Information about when an employee logged on and off of a computer, which is available on most computer systems.
2) Information derived from a security system that shows when the employee enters and leaves the building.
Employers should be aware that sometimes, everyday technologies can provide resources that were not considered as benefits when the technology was put in place. In addition, when evaluating new technologies, employers may want to think about services and options that can assist them with Department of Labor audits or other types of investigations.
Dorraine Larison concentrates her practice in the areas of bankruptcy law, debtor/creditor law, and employment law. She has extensive experience in the areas of commercial financing, creditors’ rights, and creditor ...
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