Wage and Hour ForumTime is Money: Navigating through Timekeeping Policies and Off-the-Clock Litigation

Wednesday, June 23 04:00 AM BST to 04:00 AM BST

Many foreseeable mistakes in the design and implementation of timekeeping systems are creating needless exposure to off-the-clock litigation. This program will focus on the core issues related to accurate timekeeping and provide practical advice for avoiding and mitigating off-the-clock liability.

Please join us for this complimentary one-hour teleconference (9 am PT / 12 pm ET) as our Paul Hastings wage and hour lawyers discuss the following hot topics:

  • Pre-population v. employee population of time entries

  • Time rounding

  • Periodic sampling of rounded time entries

  • Automatic deductions for meals and other non-work time

  • Tracking time worked by employees who use mobile devices outside normal work hours

  • Travel time pitfalls

  • Supervisor edits of time entries (with and without employee notice)

  • Value of time certifications by employees at the close of each pay period

  • Best practices that are emerging across multiple industries

Please RSVP by Friday, June 18 to Christina Kolesar at christinakolesar@paulhastings.com or 213-683-5646.

A confirmation with dial-in instructions will be emailed prior to the teleconference. CLE qualifications pending approval.

Practice Areas

Employment Litigation

Employment Law


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Patrick W. Shea

Partner, Employment Law Department

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Marc E. Bernstein

Partner, Employment Law Department

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