The Fair Labor Standards Act of 1938 29.U.S.C §203

History

  • Legislation introduced in 1938
  • 80 years later fault-free operation is still not possible due to:
    • complexity of regulation
    • absence of monitoring tools
    • lack of employees' awareness

Present

Compliance with the regulations very time consuming with given limited ressources

regular state and federal audit flsa compliance flsa status

monetary penalty expected 

costs affect botton lineconstant threat of class action litigation


Target Process

  • Identify incidents of non compliance records
  • ivestigate roots of failures
  • generate the reports reflection discharged liability
  • defining and applying the relevant policies and procedures
  • pay off corresponding liability

STAY COMPLIANT WITH THE FLSA REGULATION