United States Department of Labor Launches New Timesheet Application to Help Employees Track Wages Earned


As a part of efforts to increase enforcement of the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA), the United States Department of Labor (DOL) has introduced its first application for smartphones—the DOL Timesheet. This new application will allow employees to independently track their hours worked and determine the wages owed to them without having to rely on their employer’s time records.

The application, which is available in English and Spanish, will help employees track their regular work hours, break times, and overtime for multiple employers. The DOL Timesheet will also link employees to the DOL website where they can find information about their rights under the FLSA as well as find information about how to file wage and hour complaints against their employers.

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