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What are the record-keeping requirements under the Fair Labor Standards Act?

The Fair Labor Standards Act requires that employers keep a record of an employee’s record for at least three years, including name, phone, last known address, job title, gender, age, and Social Security number. Additionally, employees must retain documentation regarding an employee’s hours and days worked, workweeks, hourly pay, total overtime pay earned, and total wages paid.