What counts as work time?
December 12th, 2016|
Calculating total time worked isn’t always as simple as clocking in and out. For example, any of the following may qualify as “on-the-clock” time:
- changing into safety gear necessary to perform your job may count as time worked.
- remaining “on call” away from home between jobs during your workday.
- traveling from site to site, during a workday or overnight, to perform your usual job duties.
If you’re not getting paid for all of the time you’re giving to your employer, the wage and hour attorneys at Fair Share Lawyers can review your work situation and help protect your rights to the money you’re owed.