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  • 37 minutes

Challenges Presented by New Technologies

 

More and more employees are performing work away from the work site.

Time recording systems are designed to track time at a work site however it is being realized that many employees perform work away from the work site. More and more lawsuits are being brought about because oftentimes this time is not tracked or reported. You have to think about time systems not only in terms of punch clock systems, or systems that will track while you are at the work site itself. You have to think about ways of capturing other types of time where people might not be where a system is set up. This is considered an exception time keeping system. Remember, there is often electronic evidence of the work employees perform away from the work site that can utilized.

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Patrick M. Madden

Patrick M. Madden

K&L Gates LLP

  • Partner and former co-chair of the Labor and Employment and Class Action Practice Groups at K&L Gates LLP
  • Advises employers on wage and hour payment, and compliance and compensation plan design
  • Assists employers responding to agency investigations; and represents employers in wage and hour, discrimination, and other employment lawsuits at the state and federal levels
  • Worked on hundreds of state, regional, and national wage and hour class actions, including lawsuits involving wage calculation and payment issues, entitlement to overtime and benefits, off-the-clock claims, challenges to exempt status, and claims to employee status
  • Listed as a top labor and employment attorney in The Best Lawyers in America and Chambers USA: America‚Äôs Leading Lawyers for Business, a super lawyer in Washington Law & Politics, a Washington State litigation star by Benchmark Litigation, and a leading employment lawyer in Seattle Business and Seattle Metropolitan magazines
  • Frequently speaks, writes, and testifies on wage and hour and wage payment issues
  • J.D. degree, with highest honors, University of Washington School of Law, where he was managing editor of the Washington Law Review; B.F.A. degree, Pacific Lutheran University
  • Can be contacted at [email protected]

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