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Pay & Benefits/Terms & Conditions of Employment

1. Employers should not ignore employees starting work early, staying beyond scheduled hours, or coming in to work on days off. In regard to the FLSA and compensable time, justify establishing a policy against this practice.

2. As an advisor, explain to your HR office why employers should not establish informal practices of conferring benefits and privileges not specified in labor agreements.

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1. Employees starting work early, staying beyond scheduled hours, or coming in to work on days off can not be ignored by the employer because all of them can be termed as overtime for the employee and hence this extra hours worked by the employees must be paid according to the overtime rule of FLSA.
According to FLSA, covered ...

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The pay and benefits terms and conditions of employment is discussed.

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