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Tag Archives: Employment Digest

Employment — USERRA

U.S. Court of Appeals For the Seventh Circuit Civil Employment — USERRA An employee was entitled to a longevity bonus for time that would have accrued but for a leave of absence. “Applying the Alabama Power test to DeLee’s situation, there is no question that a full longevity payment would have accrued but for his leave of absence. And, as ...

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Employment — FLSA

U.S. Supreme Court Civil Employment — FLSA The time that employees spent waiting to undergo and undergoing security screenings is not compensable under the FLSA. The security screenings at issue are noncompensable postliminary activities. To begin with, the screenings were not the principal activities the employees were employed to perform—i.e., the workers were employed not to undergo security screenings but ...

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