Feb 22, 2013 ... Strippers may not be the only employees who get paid to take off their clothes.
Depending on the outcome in a Supreme Court case next term, ...
Apr 12, 2013 ... Millions of Americans have jobs that require them to sport a uniform of some sort.
... unless the employee paying that cost causes his or her earning to fall ... And
employers can't get around the law by requiring that employees ... Hormel Must
Pay Workers For The Time It Takes To Put On, Take Off Uniforms.
Many employers require their employees to follow a dress code. ... However,
even if a dress code is discriminatory, an employer does not need to make ....
objected to Costco's dress code policy after she was fired for refusing to remove
However, there are limits on what employers can deduct from pay. To learn more
... my pay? 2. What types of deductions may an employer legally take out of my
paycheck? ... I recently learned that the IRS is planning to levy my wages to pay
off the tax bill. .... Some states have their own laws on wage garnishment. If a
Oct 2, 2013 ... Donning and doffing activity can be an integral and indispensable part of
principal work ... Importantly, when an employee's clothes-changing time is ... the
time spent putting on and taking off, as well as washing, their work gear. ...
employers must take steps to ensure that time spent engaged in the activity is ...
Do I have to pay overtime or double time to an employee working on a ... drug or
other pre-employment testing or can I make a deduction from their paycheck for
these costs? ... Am I required to allow time off for jury duty and to pay for the time
off? ... Can employers force employees to take a vacation day(s) for the day(s) the
Jan 27, 2014 ... ... that will have a direct impact on when employers need to pay their employees
for putting on (donning) and taking off (doffing) protective gear.
Employers can have a dress code and set standards for employees' appearance
while they are working. This may include telling employees to remove jewellery ...
the employees to wear their own clothes to work. ... this attire and do not have to
provide or pay for it ...
Sep 17, 2014 ... Under federal labor law, employers can't make their workers buy ... $8.80 an hour
, paying for new clothes out of that figure would likely bring their wages too low. ...
The new costs have disgruntled some employees, although a ...
Mar 16, 2015 ... These 21 companies will pay you to take time off .... employees is international
travel, and others have used their time off to focus on work with .... based outdoor
clothing and recreational equipment retailer REI offers four-week ...