Travel pay rules are under FLSA however some state laws differ.
Nonexempt employees are entitled to receive travel pay in certain circumstances, keeping in mind that travel time is different than commuting time; however exempt employees are not covered under the FLSA. The key issue in many instances is whether an employee is engaged in travel as part of the employer’s principal activity or for the convenience of the employer. This video reviews the FLSA rule for travel pay and rate of travel pay and legal implications.
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