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No, the burden of maintaining accurate records of hours worked is on the employer. This must include compensable activities that were performed off the clock. If the employer was not keeping accurate records for all hours worked (including hours worked off the clock) you may still recover based on honest, reasonable estimates of your actual hours worked. All employers who fail to maintain accurate records may subject to penalties for providing innaccurate wage statements.

Last updated on May 22, 2012 by Employment Lawyers BNB