Chapter 2 Homework

Chapter 2 Homework - Dustin Taylor BE166 Payroll Accounting...

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Dustin Taylor BE166 Payroll Accounting Chapter 2 Homework Questions for review: 13-17, 19-21, 23, 24 13. The time spent by employees in traveling to and from work counts as time worked only if contract, custom, or practice so requires. In some instances, however, travel time between home and work counts as time worked. 14. “Engaged to wait” is work time. An example is an employee reading a magazine while waiting for an assignment. “Waiting to be engaged” is not work time. An employee waiting for the start of their shift is “waiting to be engaged”. 15. Nonexempt employees must be paid for all hours worked, even those outside the regular workplace. 16. If the attendance is voluntary. If the employee does not produce any goods or perform any work during the lecture or meeting. If the meeting or lecture takes place outside of regular working hours. If the meeting or lecture is not directly related to the employee's work. 17.
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