Employer's Records Law and Legal Definition
Employer's Records are records that are to be maintained by an employer. It should include the name, address, and occupation of each person employed, the daily and weekly hours worked by each person, and the wages paid for each pay period. The record shall be kept on file for at least three years.
The following is an example of a state statute (Alaska) explaining ‘Employer's Records’:
“Alaska Sec. 23.05.080. Employer's records An employer shall keep an accurate record of the name, address, and occupation of each person employed, of the daily and weekly hours worked by each person, and of the wages paid each pay period to each person. The record shall be kept on file for at least three years”.
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