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CTDOL’s Interpretation of Travel Time Not “Reasonable”; What Happens Next?

Posted in Highlight, Laws and Regulations, Litigation, Wage & Hour

So if last Tuesday’s post about the latest Connecticut Supreme Court decision on travel time was for employers, this post is for the ones who love the nuances of the law. Dan Klau on his Appealingly Brief blog did a deep dive into the decision. And it wasn’t pretty. The issue Dan highlights is this:… Continue Reading

Why Don’t You Get Paid For Time Spent Traveling From Home To Office?

Posted in Highlight, Human Resources (HR) Compliance, Manager & HR Pro’s Resource Center, Wage & Hour

From time to time, there are various questions that keep recurring in the labor & employment law area.  One of them is in the area of travel time for non-exempt employees. (For exempt employees, they get paid a fixed salary no matter how much time they work or travel.) The easiest question to answer is… Continue Reading

What is the Mileage Reimbursement Rate for Businesses for 2012?

Posted in Highlight, Human Resources (HR) Compliance, Wage & Hour

I’m often asked what some of my most popular posts are on the blog.  Surprisingly, one topic that always seems to generate interest is the mileage reimbursement rate.  I’m not quite sure why. In any event, the new rate became effective January 1, 2012.  Remember, this is the optional standard mileage rates. These rates are typically used by businesses… Continue Reading

Court Not “Up In the Air”: Travel for Work Does Not Violate “Familial Association” Right

Posted in Discrimination & Harassment, Litigation

George Clooney famously made business travel look (somewhat) cool in the movie, Up in the Air. Clooney’s character was single (really, would you expect otherwise?) and business travel was a bit glamorous (though a bit tedious as well). Perhaps not surprisingly, absent from the movie was a discussion of whether business travel could be the… Continue Reading