DOL's iPhone App Needs An Update

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On May 9, 2011, the U.S. Department of Labor proudly announced its new time-tracking app for the iPhone, which Secretary of Labor Hilda Solis touted as an "invaluable" tool for the Wage & Hour Division in cases where employers failed to keep accurate records. The announcement certainly got the attention of blogging labor and employment law bloggers - see below for a few of the many posts on this.

Ironically, the app that's designed to allow hourly employees to keep track of their hours and pay doesn't accurately calculate either in accordance with the Department of Labor's regulations.

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