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May 5, 2022

Barclay Damon Live: Labor & Employment Podcast—"What to Do When the DOL Is Knocking at Your Door: Audits Under Federal Law, Part 2"

In episode 22 of Barclay Damon Live: Labor & Employment Podcast, host Ari Kwiatkowski welcomes back her colleague Ben Wilkinson for further conversation about what to do when the US DOL is at your door. After the last episode provided background and context—and a reminder that the US DOL has no obligation to let an employer know if or when an audit will take place—Ben confirms that the best course for employers during an audit is to be as cooperative and communicative as possible. Tune in for more on the investigation phase, what the Fair Labor Standards Act covers, what types of records the US DOL will request, timeframes, and potential resolutions. And be sure to listen to the next episode, when Rosemary Enright returns to talk New York State DOL audits.

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