Overtime violations are something all employers want to avoid but a lot of small businesses don’t know overtime law. Running a small business is hard enough without also having to be familiar with all the federal and state labor laws.
It’s our job to know overtime laws. That’s why we’ve put together this infographic. It highlights the most common ways employers violate overtime laws, how to avoid violations, and the penalties that might ensue.
How to Avoid Overtime Violations
An HR consultant or in house HR department can help companies stay compliant with overtime laws. Human resources professionals are trained in labor laws and are a great resource to have on your team.
However, some small businesses cannot bear that expense. This infographic will help keep you informed so that you can make good labor decisions. Using a time tracking service will also help reduce the possibility of errors.
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