March 13, 2010
Fair Labor Standards Act Does Not Require Pay for Hour Not Worked Due to Switch to Daylight Saving Time
Filed under: News
Vision Payroll

Since Daylight Saving Time begins in most parts of the country at 2 am, Sunday, March 14, 2010, many workers on a third shift will only work seven hours. At 2 am on that day, clocks are turned ahead to 3 am. The Fair Labor Standards Act does not require employers to pay employees for the hour not worked. Contact Vision Payroll if you have any further questions on the switch to Daylight Saving Time.


Submit a Comment

From New Hire to Payroll
With the Click of Button

Streamline Your Hiring
Process With

Tips / Latest News