Polsinelli Podcast - What Employers Need to Know About "Off the Clock" Cell Phone Usage

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It's not uncommon for employers to provide cell phones to employees so they can be reached 24/7. But the rules are different for exempt and nonexempt employees. The subject has caught the attention of the Department of Labor which may be reclassifying types of employees. This could change what is legally allowed "off the clock." In this week's Polsinelli Podcast, Employment Attorney Robert Hingula explores the issue. Robert represents management and helps clients avoid employment related disputes before they enter the courtroom. He See more +
It's not uncommon for employers to provide cell phones to employees so they can be reached 24/7. But the rules are different for exempt and nonexempt employees. The subject has caught the attention of the Department of Labor which may be reclassifying types of employees. This could change what is legally allowed "off the clock." In this week's Polsinelli Podcast, Employment Attorney Robert Hingula explores the issue. Robert represents management and helps clients avoid employment related disputes before they enter the courtroom. He has experience in both state and federal courts and with state and federal agencies. For more information go to www.polsinelli.com or our employment blog "Polsinelli-At-Work." See less -
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