Travel Pay: Proven Strategies for Avoiding the Newest Wage-Hour Nightmare in a Tough Economy

April 16, 2009
Business & Legal Reports
Plaintiffs’ attorneys are scrambling in this challenging economy to exploit every possible angle for filing new wage and hour lawsuits on behalf of disgruntled employees. Their latest target? Travel pay disputes. These claims are being filed in droves; workers are claiming they’ve been shortchanged by employers who failed to pay them properly or reimburse on-the-job travel expenses.

Many employers haven’t updated their travel policies in recent years to keep up with changing federal and state rules. Fluctuating gas prices and uncertain salaries have forced more workers to keep a closer eye on their out-of-pocket expenses. And travel pay rules can prove very confusing for even the most experienced managers and HR professionals.

Join us on April 16 for an in-depth audio conference all about travel pay.