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Working Hours

Employment, under the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA), is broadly defined to include all hours that an employee is “suffered or permitted to work” for the employer. Hourly employees are required to accurately record the actual hours worked each day on their own time card. Paid time off benefits must also be recorded on the time card. Paid time off benefits include but are not limited to: vacation time, sick time, holidays, personal time, compensatory time taken, bereavement leave, jury duty, and wage continuance for pregnancy and/or delivery.