The Wage & Hour Guide for Employers app, from Epstein Becker Green, puts federal and state wage and hour laws at the fingertips of employers, in-house counsel, and human resources personnel.
Many professionals depend on mobile devices to access information at work. Rather than plodding through search engine results or cumbersome government websites on a mobile device, users can quickly navigate through the app’s directory of laws and regulations for each U.S. jurisdiction. As the laws and regulations have changed, so too has the app, which is updated to reflect those developments.
iPhone, iPad, Android
All 50 States + Federal, DC, and Puerto Rico
Key features of the app include:
- Summaries of wage and hour laws and regulations, including 53 jurisdictions (federal, all 50 states, the District of Columbia, and Puerto Rico)
- Available without charge for iPhone, iPad, and Android devices
- Quick access to, and a direct feed of, Epstein Becker Green’s award-winning Wage and Hour Defense Blog, which provides up-to-date commentary on wage and hour developments
- Social media feeds from Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn, and YouTube
- Quick links to Epstein Becker Green’s attorneys and practices – and more!
The multitude of class action and collective action lawsuits that employees have filed under the Fair Labor Standards Act and its state law counterparts, as well as an increasing number of government investigations, have made compliance with the intricate wage and hour laws more critical than ever before. Employers in all industries are susceptible to claims under these statutes.
Epstein Becker Green’s Wage & Hour Guide for Employers app has been prepared by some of the most respected counselors, litigators, and authors in the field to help you achieve your business objectives in compliance with federal and state wage and hour laws, as well as avoid class action litigation and government investigations.
What Employers Need to Know
Overtime exemptions, minimum wages, overtime, meal periods, rest periods, on-call time, travel time, tips, and more.
No fewer than 45 states (or the localities within them) had changes to their overtime, minimum wage, or child labor laws effective January 1, 2022.
As of December 2017, a new version of the app is available for iPhone, iPad, and Android devices. Users of previous versions of the app: Please visit the app stores and download the new version (the 2012 and 2014 editions have been retired). Use the links above or search the app stores for “wage hour.” Please e-mail us with questions and feedback.