if on-call staff are informed that if we need them they would know by 3 that day do we have to pay
for staffing purposes, we have oncall staff - it has been suggested that we try telling our staff that they would be on-call until 3:00 that day to know if we wil need them, if they have not heard from us they they are not needed - woudl we have to pay them anything for having to "be reachable" by telephone those days until 3pm?1 answer | asked Mar 9, 2012 08:03 AM [EST] | applies to Ohio
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posted by Bruce Elfvin | Mar 9, 2012 09:14 AM [EST]
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