What is Gap Time? Should My Employer Be Paying Me For It?
“Gap time” is a term used to describe the gap between hours paid by an employer and non-overtime hours worked. When an hourly employee is scheduled and works 40 hours in a week, no gap time exists. Generally, gap time issues arise when an hourly employee works who regularly works less than 40 hours each week performs “off the clock” work for their employer. If you have questions about unpaid wages reach out to Mansell Law, Wage and Hour Lawyers in Columbus, Ohio. Continue reading “What Is Gap Time”