It's Your Employer's Duty to Maintain Accurate Records of the Hours Worked By You.

On Friday, the Court of Appeal in the matter of Furry v. East Bay Publishing, 2019 S.O.S.134, issued a ruling wherein it held that Imprecise evidence by an employee can provide a sufficient basis for damages when the employer fails to keep accurate records of the employee's work hours, but an employee is not entitled to premium or regular pay for missed meal breaks if he cannot show the employer knew, or should have known, he was working through authorized meal breaks.

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