Total overtime earnings for the workweek all

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^Total overtime earnings for the workweek ^All additions to or deductions from the employee’s wages ^Total wages paid each pay period ^Date of payment and the pay period covered by the payment ^^As well as records for meals, tips, FMLA, immigration related records, records req’d by ADEA (Age Discrimination Employment Act ~Employment Posters *DOL (All must be put in a conspicuous space) ^post in a prominent and conspicuous place a notice explaining the Employee Polygraph Protection Act of 1988 ^a notice explaining the FLSA ^post in a conspicuous place in the establishment a notice explaining this federal leave law. *EEOC ^post in a conspicuous place a notice relating to discrimination prohibited by such laws. #ADA and Title VII *OSHA ^post in a conspicuous place a notice informing employees of the protections and obligations under OSHA
~Workplace Surveillance *Common procedures include listening in on phone calls, reviewing voicemails, monitoring email and computer files (such as sites visited on the Internet), or some form of video surveillance. *Other ways such as by conducting locker, bag, and desk searches. *Whether or not a particular monitoring technique is legal usually depends on four factors: ^Did employee have legitimate expectation of privacy as to the item searched, or the info, conversation, or area monitored? ^Has the employer provided advance notice to the employees, and/or obtained consent for the monitoring activity from the employee? ^Was the monitoring performed for a work-related purpose, and was it reasonable given all of the circumstances? ^Was the monitoring performed for a work-related purpose, and was it reasonable given all of the circumstances? *Adopting the Employee Privacy Policy is a good way to minimize any misunderstandings or legal difficulties. Chapter 9: Your Responsibility as a Hospitality Operator ~Duties and Obligations of a Hospitality Operator *Duties of Care- A legal obligation that requires a particular standard of conduct ^Duties include: #Provide a reasonable safe premise #Serve food and beverage fit for consumption #Serve Alcoholic beverages responsibly #Hire qualified employees #Properly train employees #Terminate employees who pose a danger to other employees #Warn of unsafe conditions #Safeguard guest property, especially when voluntarily accepting possession of it *Standards of Care- The industry-recognized, reasonably accepted level of performance used in fulfilling a duty of care. ~Theories of Liability *Reasonable care: The degree of care that a reasonably prudent person would use in a similar situation. *Tort: An act or failure to act (not involving a breach of contract) that results in injury, loss, or damage to another ^2 types: #Intentional Tort includes: >Assault > Battery >Defamation >Intentional infliction of emotional distress
#Unintentional Tort includes: >Negligence (MOST COMMON) >Gross negligence *Negligence-The failure to use reasonable care. ^4 Conditions Must Be Met: 1. A legal duty of care is present. 2. The defendant has failed to provide the standard of care needed to fulfill that duty.

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