Arkansas Code Title 11. Labor and Industrial Relations § 11-2-115. Employer's recordkeeping requirements
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(a)(1) Every employer or owner shall furnish to the Director of the Division of Labor any information that the director is authorized to require and shall make true and specific answers to all questions, whether submitted orally or in writing, authorized to be put to the employer or owner.
(2)(A) Every employer shall keep a true and accurate record of the name, address, and occupation of each person employed by the employer, of the daily and weekly hours worked by each person, and of the wages paid each pay period to each person.
(B) The records shall be kept on file for at least one (1) year after the date of the record.
(C) No employer shall make or cause to be made any false entries in any record.
(b) The director and any authorized representative of the Division of Labor shall, for the purpose of examination, have access to and the right to copy from any book, account, record, payroll, paper, or documents relating to the employment of workers.
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