USDOL Facilitates More Secret Time Records


We previously reported on DOL’s publication of a “Work Hours Calendar,” a timesheet for employees to use to keep a private record of each workday’s arrival, start, stop, and departure times, along with other information. In related comments, DOL told employees that “it is recommended that you keep your own records of all the hours you work and your pay.”

In a news release this week, DOL cites that publication and goes a step further by announcing the launch of DOL’s “first application for smartphones, a timesheet to help employees independently track the hours they work and determine the wages they are owed.” The free app is currently compatible with the iPhone and the iPod Touch. DOL will explore making it available on other smartphone platforms.

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