FLSA Audit

The FLSA Audit is the only reliable means that an employer has to determine whether it is complying with the several and exacting FLSA requirements and regulations. Casual and periodic spot checks are not sufficient because of: the complexity and broad scope of the FLSA; the U.S. Department of Labor (DOL) regulations that interpret the FLSA; and the numerous DOL opinion letters that apply the FLSA to particular employers. It is only through an in-depth investigation into an employer’s time keeping and compensation practices, and an analysis of how those particular practices measure up to FLSA requirements, that an employer can be fully assured of its FLSA compliance.

Explore the sections below to see whether your agency needs to conduct an FLSA Compliance Audit.

Why Is An FLSA Audit Important?

Top FLSA Mistakes Employers Make

Is Your Agency a Candidate?

Scope of An FLSA Audit

FLSA Compliance Resources

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