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Under the Fair Labor Standards Act’s minimum wage provisions, employers are required to keep records for employees. Those records must be kept “safe and accessible” at the place of employment or at a central record keeping office. The records must be open at any time to inspection and transcription by representatives of the Department of Labor’s Wage and Hour Division, or if the records are not on site, within 72 hours of the time the employer receives notice from a Wage and Hour representative to produce them. The following guidelines on what data employers should keep about employees help ensure efforts to comply with the FLSA.

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