State Wage & Hour Issues

Many states have their own laws on a wide variety of wage and hour laws, such as:

  1. Minimum wage and overtime requirements
  2. Meal breaks and rest breaks
  3. Minimum pay for reporting to work
  4. Direct deposit and payroll cards
  5. Frequency of pay
  6. Paystub requirements
  7. Notice of changes in pay or hours
  8. Deductions from employees’ pay
  9. “Use-it-or-lose-it” vacation policies
  10. The timing of and categories to be included in final payment upon termination

For companies with employees in multiple states throughout the country, it is becoming more and more burdensome to comply with these ever changing state wage and hour laws.

O-D Comply: State Wage and Hour Issues provides a practical guide to legal compliance with the nuances of these state wage and hour laws in all 50 states. We’ll show you how the law differs from state to state and what you need to do to stay in compliance. During the 12 month subscription period, you will receive legal updates on these state wage and hour laws from across the country as well as practical advice on how it affects your business.

For questions, additional details, or subscription information, contact the Ogletree Deakins attorney with whom you normally work or the Ogletree Deakins State Wage and Hour Advice team at statewage&houradvice@ogletreedeakins.com.