Employment Law Alert: The U.S. Supreme Court’s Decision in Integrity Staffing v. Busk 01/08/2015Posted by Morse Barnes-Brown Pendleton in Employment, Legal Developments, MBBP news, New Resources.
Tags: Busk, class action, compensation, employment law alert, fair labor standards act, Integrity Staffing Solutions
The question of when an employee’s compensable work for the day begins and ends is one which can be more complicated than it seems at first glance. Does an employee who checks email before driving to work have to be compensated for that time? Will an employer have to pay an employee for the time it takes to park in a remote lot and take a shuttle bus to work? The U.S. Supreme Court weighed in on this subject in its recent decision in Integrity Staffing Solutions, Inc. v. Busk, No. 13-433 (December 9, 2014). Did the court decide employees have to be paid for the time they spent waiting to undergo and then undergoing security screenings before leaving the workplace each day?
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