Nine day workweek? And I thought it was bad during tax season...........


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Paul Thomas, CPA

Wage & Opinion Letters: FLSA2009-3, 1/14/09; FLSA2009-16, 1/16/09
There have been two recent Department of Labor (DOL) Wage & Hour Opinion
Letters that address retroactive overtime computations- and use of a
nine-day compressed workweek schedule:
 
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JoeTaxpayer

Wage & Opinion Letters: FLSA2009-3, 1/14/09; FLSA2009-16, 1/16/09
There have been two recent Department of Labor (DOL) Wage & Hour Opinion
Letters that address retroactive overtime computations- and use of a
nine-day compressed workweek schedule:
Funny, but that letter starts "Your client company has a two-week pay
period that allows employees to work nine days during the pay period.
Under this arrangement, employees work nine hours per day Monday through
Thursday and work eight hours on one of the two Fridays during the
two-week period."

It's 9 days per two weeks.
Joe
www.blog.joetaxpayer.com
 

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