Last month, the Wage and Hour Division of the U.S. Department of Labor announced their creation of a smartphone application that helps employees create records of their claimed hours worked. Jim Coleman, partner in Constangy's Fairfax office and co-chair of the firm's Wage and Hour Compliance and Litigation Practice Group, has published an article in BNA's Daily Labor Report that explores what this new "app" means for employers; please see the article here, or visit this link if you are a BNA subscriber.

For more information on this smartphone app or other wage-related issues, please contact any member of Constangy's Wage and Hour Compliance and Litigation Practice Group or the Constangy attorney of your choice.

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