Complex wage and hour laws are the source of both many headaches for HR and many class-action lawsuits from employees. Even when nonexempt employees are properly paid, businesses can still find themselves in hot water if they don’t keep proper payroll records. Here are some tips for complying with federal and state record-keeping requirements.Tags: Benefits Compensation Equal Pay Pay
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