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Connecticut Wage and Hour Recordkeeping Requirements

Filed under Managing the Workplace. Fact checked on May 25, 2012.

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Employers in Connecticut must conform with these state rules relating to wage and hour recordkeeping requirements.

In Connecticut, records must be kept at the place of employment for three years for each employee, showing the:

  • name, address, and occupation;
  • total daily and weekly hours worked;
  • beginning and end of each work period;
  • total hourly, daily or weekly wage;
  • overtime as a separate item;
  • additions to or deductions from wages for each period;
  • total wages paid each pay period, and
  • work certificates for minor employees.

Additional or alternative information may be required under wage orders for specific occupations.

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