Order the answer to: This case identifies how the Fair Labor Standards Act might
||This case identifies how the Fair Labor Standards Act might need to be reformed because of restrictions caused by workweek definitions. (For the case, go to www.cengage.com/management/mathis or visit the instructor companion website.) 1. Does the 40-hour workweek still make sense? Would you recommend changing to a “pay period” calculation for overtime? For example, if a company pays workers every two weeks, should hours over 80 in a pay period be used to determine overtime rather than 40 in a week? 2. How should nonexempt workers track their time spent away from work doing tasks such as responding to e-mail or text messages? 3. Would you recommend that private sector employers be permitted to offer nonexempt employees compensatory time off rather than pay for overtime hours worked?