Daylight Saving Time (DST) ends on Sunday, Nov. 1, 2009, at 2 a.m., so don’t forget to turn the clock back one hour before going to bed on Saturday, October 31. This affects employers and employees involved in “shift work,” because shift workers on duty the night of October 31, and who normally work an 8-hour shift, actually will work an extra hour, for a total of nine hours of work on that day. Non-exempt employees must be paid for all nine hours of work under the Fair Labor Standards Act. Those individuals also are entitled to overtime pay for all hours in excess of 40 worked during the week, including the extra hour worked during the week’s conversion back to standard time.