Jan 31, 2011 ... The question of whether companies are required to pay employees for ... whether
workers get paid for the time to put on and take off required .... People who do not
work on the cutting floor do not have to change their clothes ...
May 18, 2012 ... In the most recent case, United States Steel workers sued to be paid for the time
... The court says since they don't take much time to put on, they're also not an
issue. ... PPE is work related and necessary for the employee to do the job. ... and
change their shoes, the company should not have to pay for that.
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Feb 4, 2014 ... Under the FLSA, employers are not required to pay employees for time ...
principal activity of their employment. Courts have held that clothes changing is
integral and ... Section 254(a) that would otherwise be noncompensable can be
... agreements the time taken to change clothes and to take off clothes at.
Employers can have a dress code and set standards for employees' appearance
while they are working. This may include telling employees to remove jewellery ...
allow the employees to wear their own clothes to work. ... and do not have to
provide or pay for it unless they ...
Jan 29, 2014 ... ... Do Not Have to Pay Employees for Time Spent Putting on or Taking Off ... Act
does not require unionized employers to compensate employees for time spent
putting on and taking off certain protective clothing if they have a collective ... of
protective gear and equipment that is required to perform their jobs.
Under the FLSA, employers must also generally pay nonexempt employees ...
employees spent walking from time clocks at a factory entrance to their ... courts
have fashioned a general rule that an employer is liable for off-the-clock ... out of
old work clothes at a battery plant was an integral and indispensable part of the.
Feb 5, 2014 ... Supreme Court Clarifies “Changing Clothes” Under the FLSA ... concerning
which donning and doffing activities employers and employees can ... Although
the FLSA generally requires employers to pay employees for time ... protective
gear required for their hazardous jobs in the company's steel plants.
Do I have to pay employees for taking training before I hire them? ... The
Employment Standards Act does not take away an employer's right to terminate
an ... An employee damaged company property just prior to terminating their
employment. Can I ... Can I require employees to wear a uniform or special
clothing at work?
People working unpaid overtime may be owed money by their employers. ...
Many states also have laws governing minimum wage and overtime hours. ...
Often, work gear can take 10 minutes or more to put on and take off for each shift,
... be paid for their time spent putting on and taking off required work clothing and
Does my employer, or prospective employer have a responsibility to provide me
with an ... My religion prevents me from paying union dues. ... Religious
discrimination is treating individuals differently in their employment because of ...
an employee to remove her hijab (scarf) to comply with the company's dress code