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Employees Entitled to Overtime Pay for Time Spent Putting on Uniforms & Protective Gear Before & After Scheduled Shift

Employees may have substantial claims for unpaid overtime when employees are not paid for time spent at the place of employment to prepare for and end the work day (known as “donning and doffing”) when the employees already work more than 40 hours per week. 783 more words

Pennsylvania Employment Law

3d Cir.: Paid Meal Breaks Included as Hours Worked Are Not an Offset to Unpaid Overtime

Smiley v. E.I. Dupont De Nemours and Co., et al.

This case was before the Third Circuit on the plaintiffs-employees’ appeal of the district court’s order granting the defendants-employers summary judgment.  2,451 more words

Donning And Doffing