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Overtime is Paid?
Under the Fair
Labor Standards Act, an employer is required to pay an employee 1.5 times
their hourly wage for every hour the employee works over 40 hours in one
Sometimes, employers will try to change the days an employee works in a
week to try to avoid paying overtime to that employee. This is also prohibited
under the Fair Labor Standards Act.
is the Fair Labor Standards Act?
hours, and overtime pay are generally covered by the Fair Labor Standards
Act (FLSA). Under the Fair Labor Standards Act, employers are required to
pay their employees a "minimum wage," and overtime wages when
an employee works more than 40 hours in one week.
Employees are Covered by the Fair Labor Standards Acts?
Labor Standards Act applies to:
Commissioned employees or bonus based pay
I Need a Lawyer Experienced With Wage, Hour, and Overtime Issues?
An attorney can help you determine whether you are an employee entitled to overtime pay or a minimum wage under the Fair Labor Standards Act. An attorney can also assist you with a claim if you believe your employer has not paid you the minimum wage, for hours worked above 40 in one week, and for any dispute regarding pay. If you are an employer, a lawyer will make sure you are in compliance with State and Federal Employment Laws.
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