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    Time Sheets

    My jurisdiction is: Georgia

    Georgia has no wage and hour division, and defaults back to the DOL. My question is how long if any does an employer have to keep timesheets turned in by employees? I know the law says they are to keep payroll records for 2 years unless willingly violating DOL policy then 3 years comes into play. My question is, are timesheets records or is there someother payroll record they must keep? Thanks for your help

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    The employer is required to keep accurate records of the time worked by non-exempt employees. The form those records must take is not defined by law.

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