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June 27, 2012

FLSA: Calculating Overtime When Travel Time Is Involved

In light of the recent boom in wage-and-hour suits, employers need to be familiar with many of the nuances of the Fair Labor Standards Act. One of these nuances is overtime paid for job-related travel.

Imagine a scenario in which you pay a non-exempt employee who travels a lot on the job one rate for in-office work and another, reduced rate for when he’s merely on the road traveling and not doing normal work. Calculating overtime in cases like this actually isn’t as tricky as it first appears, but there are some points to keep in mind.

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