Are you working in excess of eight hours per day or forty hours per week unpaid? Is your employer not paying you time-and-a-half for overtime hours over eight hours per day (or double time for overtime hours over twelve hours per day)? Does your employer claim that you are exempt from being paid overtime?
You and your co-workers deserve to be fairly compensated by your employer. Call our office or fill out the contact form for a free consultation with one of our experienced labor and employment law attorneys.
Q: If my job description says I am exempt from overtime, does that prove that I am exempt?
A: No. The Industrial Wage Commission order for your particular type of job lists the qualifying exemptions. Whether or not you are exempt depends on what you actually are doing on a day-to-day basis, not what your job description says. If you or your co-workers would like a free consultation regarding your fair overtime compensation, contact us.
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