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Andrea M. Kirshenbaum of Post and Schell Andrea M. Kirshenbaum of Post and Schell

As employers and employees try to put one foot in front of another during this extraordinary time, we have been bombarded by a range of daily challenges wrought by the pandemic. Many employers implemented work-from-home programs virtually overnight, which applied to exempt and nonexempt employees alike. Now that employers have their remote work programs up and running and as some employees have begun to return to the physical workplace, it makes sense to assess potential wage-and-hour pitfalls and ensure that additional practices have been put in place to mitigate against the risk of wage-and-hour claims. 

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