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Applying Integrity Staffing., Federal District Court Holds that Time Spent at Pre-Shift Safety Meetings Is Not Compensable Under the FLSA

Joining similar decisions applying the Supreme Court’s interpretation of the Portal-to-Portal Act in Integrity Staffing Solutions, Inc. v. Busk, Senior District Judge Terrence F. McVerry of the Western District of Pennsylvania recently held that time spent attending allegedly mandatory pre-shift safety meetings was not compensable under the FLSA because those safety meetings were neither “principal … Continue Reading

Following Supreme Court Direction, Maryland Federal Court Rules Waiting Time Not Compensable

The United States Supreme Court’s 2014 decision in Integrity Staffing clarified that, under the Portal-to-Portal Act, preliminary and postliminary tasks are not compensable even if potentially done for the employer’s benefit, provided they are not integral and indispensable to the job functions for which a person is hired. Applying this concept, a Maryland Federal Court … Continue Reading
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