The Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) sets record keeping regulations (29, CFR Part 516) for employment subject to its provisions.


The United States Department of Labor Wage and Hour Division mandates every employer to keep specific time records for each non-exempt worker. These records must be complete and accurate and are required to include data about the hours worked by each employee, including:

  • Time and day of week when employee's workweek begins
  • Hours worked each day
  • Total hours worked each workweek
Labor Law

Protect yourself
from litigation.

FLSA lawsuits are on the rise. Statistics
released by the Administrative Office
of The U.S. Courts
confirm that
Wage & Hour
cases represent the most
significant exposure to employers under
workplace laws. Employers need to be
vigilant in ensuring compliance with labor

Time clocks help prove your compliance by
recording accurate data for hours worked
by each employee.

Document meal periods.

Automatic meal period deductions are the
single largest reason for litigation. If you require
employees to punch Out and In for breaks on a
time clock, rather than auto deduct, you have
proof of meal periods.

Meal Breaks

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