Companies forked over nearly $467 million in 2012 to settle wage-and-hour lawsuits, and much of that is because employers failed to understand the law and potential violations, David Hackett writes. For example, nonexempt workers must be compensated when they bring their work home, even if their employer hasn't encouraged them to do so, he writes.
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