Show-Up Time / Reporting Time
Updated to reflect developments regarding state and local temporary leave laws.
Updated to reflect a rest breaks exemption for private security officers, effective January 1, 2021.
Updated to reflect the Farm Laborers Fair Labor Practices Act, effective January 1, 2020.
Updated to reflect information on an Oregon Court of Appeals ruling concerning meal breaks.
Updated to reflect amendments to the show-up time / reporting time law, effective July 19, 2019.
Updated to reflect amendments to the show-up time / reporting time law in Rhode Island, effective July 19, 2019.
Chicago has passed the Fair Workweek Ordinance requiring employers to provide employees advance notice of work schedules and additional pay for schedule changes.
Updated to reflect a US Department of Labor (DOL) opinion letter concerning civic or charitable work.
The New York State Department of Labor (NYSDOL) has decided to let its 2017 proposal for expanding the state's show-up time / reporting time requirements expire. However, the NYSDOL has not completely abandoned its intent to regulate employee scheduling, saying it will re-evaluate the issue in the future.
HR guidance on complying with state show-up time / reporting time laws.
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