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Are Employees Required to be Paid for Training Time? - Labor and Employment Law News

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Labor and Employment Law News

Posted on: Feb 11, 2014

While it is commonplace knowledge that employees must be compensated for hours worked, the answer to the question of whether employees should be paid for time spent at workshops, meetings and trainings is less straightforward. Epstein Becker Green attorney Jordan B. Schwartz analyzes this question in "Employee Training: Paid or Unpaid?" at the Wage & Hour Defense Blog.


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