Reporting Time Pay or Show Up Pay

Can anyone tell me where I can get a list bt State of each States laws concerning reporting time pay? I searched here and the WWW and I cannot find a list with all States.


If not does anyone happen to know what the laws are in North Carolina?




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  • Not sure if you mean this, but if you do . . .

    Report-in pay applies when employees report to work at the normal starting hour but are unable to work because of some unusual condition at the place of employment. No federal law requires employers to pay employees in this situation.  The courts have drawn a distinction between an employer engaging an employee to wait and an employee waiting to engage in work (Skidmore v. Swift & Co., 323 U.S. 134 (1944)). If an employer requires an employee to report to work and then wait for a certain length of time before the employer releases the employee because there is no work available, the employer may be required to pay the employee for that time.
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