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information reports about putting on and taking off protective clothing

Putting on and taking off protective clothing is considered changing clothes under the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA), the U.SSupreme Court ruled on January , .


Thus, the Court agreed with U.SSteel that time spent by employees altering their dress by putting on or taking off protective clothing was not compensable under the terms of the CBA and §(o) of the FLSA a positive development for employers of unionized workforces with CBAs containing similar language.


On January , , a unanimous United States Supreme Court held that employers and unions may agree that time workers spend putting on and taking off clothing, including protective clothing, is unpaid without violating the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA)In Sandifer v.


On January , , the United States Supreme Court unanimously ruled that U.SSteel is not required to pay its workers for time spent putting on and taking off protective clothing necessary for their workSpecifically at issue in the case was Section (o) of the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA)Section (o) allows parties to collectively bargain over whether the time spent changing


Supreme Court Holds That Union Employers Do Not Have To Pay Employees For Time Spent Putting On Or Taking Off Certain Protective Gear If CBA Excludes ItFranczek P.C.


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