Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) was created to establish a minimum wage and a
limit on the number of hours worked in a standard workweek. It also provides
standards for equal pay, overtime pay, record keeping, and child labor.
the Fair Labor Standards Act are specific requirements for determining whether
a job is exempt from the overtime and minimum wage provisions of the Act. Human
Resources is responsible for determining whether a position is exempt or
nonexempt by interpreting and applying the provisions of the Act.
the spirit of the Fair Labor Standards Act, and under the terms of ABC policy,
ABC will pay at least the minimum wage to all employees.
do not receive compensation for hours worked over the number of hours in a
standard workweek as defined by the FLSA.
the spirit of the FLSA, employees are required to submit their time worked on
approved ABC timecards. The timecard is the official record and must accurately
record the number of hours an employee works or is paid for each week. Hours
not worked must also be recorded.
sign the timecards and must have personal knowledge of the hours worked by, or
paid to the employee.Any fraudulent
recording of hours worked or paid is a violation of this policy and illegal
under the FLSA.Violators will be
subject to disciplinary/legal action (up to and including discharge).