FLSA Recordkeeping

It is up to the employer to keep and preserve records of his or her employees, their wages, hours, and employment practices maintained within the workplace. The Department of Labor requires said records be kept up to three years for each employee. Failure of the employer to comply with this record keeping is a substantive violation of the FLSA requirements and subjects the employer to penalty.

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