Travel Pay Explained
Travel time is one of those “soft” hidden preliminary and postliminary activities employers may not think of as being compensable. The truth, however, is that there are circumstances travel time is compensable. The key issues in many instances is whether an employee is engaged in travel as part of the employee’s principal activity and/or for the benefit and convenience of the employer. This webinar will give the legal framework and practical guidance from a FLSA perspective, on how to handle (i.e. compensate or not) different scenarios revolving around employee travel, whether it be by car or air.
- Home To Work Commute Issues
- Overnight Travel
- Use of Employer Vehicles
- Compensation Issues Related to Travel Time
- Other Working Time Issues (time permitting)
- Meetings/Training Time
- On-Call Time
- E-mail/Blackberry Cases
Marty Heller is Of Counsel with the firm’s Atlanta office. Marty represents public and private employers on a national, regional, and local basis in all aspects of employment litigation, including wage and hour claims, employment discrimination claims, family and medical leave claims, and employment based contractual disputes. Marty also devotes much of his practice to providing general counseling and employment advice to employers on their day-to-day employment issues, and on the implementation... View Full Profile
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