Enacted in 1938, the federal Fair Labor Standards Act is the primary statutory scheme which establishes minimum wages, overtime pay, youth employment standards, and recordkeeping requirements for employers with as few as one employee to large multi-national corporations. With telecommuting options expanding and creative employment solutions such as joint employment and outsourcing agreements becoming frequent fixtures in the workplace, compliance with federal and state wage and hour laws grows increasingly more complex. Wicker, Smith, O’Hara McCoy & Ford’s attorneys have experience handling complex wage and hour litigation, including class action claims, misclassification actions, and incentive compensation agreements. We can also help you minimize risk and reduce future liability by helping develop workplace time and attendance policies, as well as providing training to your supervisors to ensure and maintain compliance.

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