We offer two levels of service, a “Basic Compliance Assessment” and a “Comprehensive
Compliance Assessment.” Random samples are used to identify issues in any of the
Recordkeeping requirements. Demographic information, work week and work day definitions,
hours worked, pay basis, regular rate of pay for non-exempt workers receiving overtime,
additions and subtractions from pay, record retention and industry specific .
Minimum wage requirements . Employees paid at least minimum wage, sub-minimum certifications,
time worked “off the clock,” breaks, donning and doffing, travel time.
Overtime requirements. All overtime hours paid at proper rate for actual hours worked.
Child labor requirements. Appropriate for employers with workers under the age of
The comprehensive compliance review also may include:
Multiple state requirements
Vendor compliance issues (e.g. SAS 70 Type II)
Security Issues (physical security, system security, data security, segregation of
Contact us for more information on this essential service.
Compliance Assessment.Are you certain your organization meets all Federal and State
Wage & Hour Requirements? Non-compliance with federal and state laws and regulations
poses huge financial and operational risks. Eager to offset revenue shortfalls,
state and federal government agencies are stepping up their enforcement efforts of
wage and hour, immigration, and other employer regulations. The federal Wage and
Hour Division has added new investigators to its field offices in an attempt to ramp
up enforcement. According to law.com, federal wage-and-hour settlements, on average,
exceed $20 million. With the potential for expensive settlements and the heightened
scrutiny promised by federal and state governments, employers should take proactive
measures to avoid liability.