Recordkeeping - employee's identifying symbol or number if...

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Recordkeeping employer covered by the FLSA must keep certain records for each covered , nonexempt worker. Employers must keep records on wages, hours, and other information as set forth in the Department of Labor's regulations. Most of this data is the type that employers generally maintain in ordinary business practice. There is no required form for the records. However, the records must include accurate information about the employee and data about the hours worked and the wages earned. The following is a listing of the basic payroll records that an employer must maintain: 1. Employee's full name, as used for Social Security purposes, and on the same record, the
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Unformatted text preview: employee's identifying symbol or number if such is used in place of name on any time, work, or payroll records 2. Address, including zip code 3. Birth date, if younger than 19 4. Sex and occupation 5. Time and day of week when employee's workweek begins 6. Hours worked each day and total hours worked each workweek 7. Basis on which employee's wages are Regular hourly pay rate 8. Total daily or weekly straight-time earnings 9. Total overtime earnings for the workweek 10. All additions to or deductions from the employee's wages 11. Total wages paid each pay period 12. Date of payment and the pay period covered by the payment...
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