Are you responsible when employees don't report all hours worked?

Employers often place the burden of recording hours worked on employees. Employee handbooks may contain provisions that require employees to record and report all their time worked, and employers may require employees to verify their hours by reviewing and signing their time cards. Policies may prohibit off-the-clock work and notify employees that they must report any errors in pay. But is that enough to free you from liability for unpaid wages due to unrecorded time? Maybe; maybe not.

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