New Hampshire Callback/Report-In Pay laws & HR compliance analysis

New Hampshire Callback/Report-In Pay: What you need to know

Employees who report to work must be paid for at least 2 hours at their regular rates of pay. (This rule does not apply to employers of counties or municipalities.) However, an employer that makes a good-faith effort to notify employees not to report to work does not have to pay wages for that day. If employees report to work after the employer's unsuccessful attempts to reach them or if the employer is prevented from making notification for any reason, the employees must perform whatever duties the employer assigns (NH Rev. Stat. Sec. 275:43-a).
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If an employer willfully violates the report-in pay law, the employer will be guilty of a misdemeanor (NH Rev. Stat. Sec. 275:52).

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