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, ...
We have to wear a particular brand of black slacks, a white dress shirt, and a ... is
difficult for an employee with a disability to put on and take off may have to be ... a
uniform that has a company logo or otherwise can't be used as street wear.
Information about Work Time provided by job and employee rights advocacy
organization ... Does my employer have to pay me for the travel time to the other
office? ... "on-the-clock" work time, but also includes any "off-the-clock" time you
spend ... Were the company to take you up on it, in most cases the employer
Jan 27, 2014 ... Unpaid Volunteers Are Not “Employees”, Says Court ... when employers need to
pay their employees for putting on (donning) and taking off (doffing) protective
gear. ... History buffs will appreciate the decision for its lengthy discussion of the
... time that is also spent putting on and off “protective equipment”.
Dress Code; Constructive Discharge/Forced To Resign ... It is illegal for an
employer, employment agency or union to take into account a ... For example, an
employer many not pay Hispanic workers less than African-American workers
because of their ... When deciding which employees will be laid off, an employer
may not ...
Employers have to compensate employees for the time spent putting on ... law or
by the nature of the work to change clothes on the employer's premises, that
activity ... many employers will implement the following activities to facilitate good
-faith ... FLSA and Portal-to-Portal Act. Employers should also verify that their
Feb 12, 2014 ... But the Supreme Court may have just given employers a little more leeway to ...
count the “donning and doffing” of workers' clothes as paid overtime labor ...
claim to back pay for the time spent putting on and taking off their gear. ... mean
anything and everything that employees [don and doff] to do their jobs.
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
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 ...
Jan 16, 2014 ... Suppose your employees work on a production line and wear ... requires
employers to pay employees for time they spend working, including overtime. ...
Why does the time spent dressing and undressing “donning and doffing”, matter?
... plant donning protective work clothes before their productive work, ...