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Do I Need to Pay Employees for Being on Call in Texas?

Many Texas employers have businesses that require their employees to be on call. In other words, employers have workers who are required to be ready and available for work when called on by the employer. If you have on-call employees, or stand-by employees, are you required to pay these employees for the hours they are on call under Texas state or federal law? The answer to that question will depend upon a number of factors, some of which are specific to your business and some of which are specific to the employment circumstances. Our Frisco employment lawyers can provide your Read more
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What Termination Documents Should I Keep on File for Former Employees?

When employers in Texas terminate employees, employers are required to keep many different types of documents on file for those former employees. To be clear, as an employer, you must comply with record keeping requirements for both current and former employees, and you cannot remove most records or documents for former employees until a specific amount of time has passed. The amount of time you are required to maintain documents and records for former employees will depend upon the type of document and the corresponding federal and state laws in Texas. As the Texas Workforce Commission (TWC) explains, employers have Read more