Thursday, May 24, 2007

Overtime for Blackberrying?

Workathome Mitchell Rubinstein over at Adjunct Law Prof Blog notes the article Tech-Tock in Monday's New York Law Journal that considers the issue of whether non-exempt employees using technology such as Black Berry devices, cell phones, and laptops away from the office are entitled to overtime pay under the Fair Labor Standards Act.  As the authors of the article point out, employers may be providing employees with these devices with the unspoken assumption that employees will use them to work during non-work hours.


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