Published December 31, 2004
by BNA Books (Bureau of National Affairs) .
Written in English
|Contributions||Gregory K. McGillivary (Editor), David Borgen (Editor), Jeremy J. Glenn (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||2189|
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4 Wage & Hour Laws fi December • Avoid improper deductions. Employers are limited in the types of deductions they may make from an exempt employee’s salary. Generally, employers may deduct from an exempt employee’s salary in the first or last week of employment if the employee did not work the full week. The Employee Classification handbook covers wage and hour regulations relating to both “non-employees” and “exempt employees” - one of the most fertile areas for employment law disputes and litigation. Penalties for misclassifying employees can include back wages, civil penalty wages, back taxes, and interest on unpaid minimum wage, overtime, and taxes. Wage and Hour Laws Many people throughout the world work in horrible conditions for extremely little pay. Fortunately, in the U.S., there are a group of laws that protect workers' rights with respect to pay and hours worked. The Wage and Hour Division is charged with the administration and enforcement of the Indiana Wage and Hour laws. Some of the topics we cover include the Indiana minimum wage law, Indiana overtime issues, underpayment of wages and the Common Construction Wage act. On , the Governor of Indiana signed into law HEA to be effective.