Can an employer change your time card?

Answer Under the Fair Labor Standards Act, you must be compensated for all time worked if you are a nonexempt employee, which means you must be paid per hour for each hour worked. No time can be changed o... Read More »

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Can an Employer Withhold Benefits for Part-time Employees Working Full-time Hours?

Most states classify part-time employees as those working 35 hours or less while full-time employees are those working 40 hours or more. The Fair Labor Standards Act, which addresses such issues as... Read More »

What happens if an employer doesn't pay an employee on time?

On One Hand: Wage Payment Schedules Are Governed by State LawEmployee pay schedules are subject to minimum payday requirements according to the labor laws of each state. The state minimums vary, bu... Read More »

Can I have a simple employer IRA and a Roth IRA at the same time?

Yes, you can have a simple employer IRA account and a Roth IRA. It is permissible to contribute to a Roth account (depending on your income bracket) regardless of whether you are covered by another... Read More »

Can your employer require business travel on a credit card?

On One Hand: Legal Obligation.There is no law that requires an employee to put expenses due to his employment on his own personal credit card. Legally, if you refuse, your employer has no grounds t... Read More »