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National Overtime Pay Laws

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  • Overtime for Computer Programmers alleging that some companies try to avoid paying employees overtime by categorizing them as "salaried" employees.

  • Overtime for Stock Brokers alleging that stock and commodities brokers are entitled to overtime compensation regardless of the dollar volume of commissions they earned.

  • Overtime, General United States federal law is very specific about overtime pay, which is calculated at the regular hourly rate plus an additional 50%. If you work more than 40 hours per week, you may be entitled to overtime pay. Allegations of overtime pay abuse have been brought against such companies as Home Depot, Lowes, RadioShack, BestBuy, Circuit City, Target, Walgreens, Sams Club and Starbucks.

California Overtime Pay Laws

  • Overtime for California Managers In California, unlike the rest of the US, a manager or assistant manager must earn double the minimum wage to qualify for an exemption from overtime pay. If your title is "Manager" or "Assistant Manager", but you spend more than 40% of your work hours performing the duties of a regular worker, you may be entitled to overtime wages.

  • Overtime California If you work in California and have worked for more than 6 consecutive days, or regularly work for more than 8 hours in a day, you may be entitled to overtime wages.

New York Overtime Pay Laws

  • Overtime New York If you work in New York and have worked more than 40 hours per week (or more than 44 hours for residential employees), you may be entitled to overtime wages.

Unpaid Overtime Legal Help

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Michigan
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I worked for a tax company for 1 year. When tax season began, I was working 60-70 hours a week this year. My employer told me I was an independent contractor and issued a 1099 last year even though I was an employee. I was paid $10 per hour and employer refused to pay me overtime, refused to pay commission promised.

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Missouri
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Overtime was approved by the supervisor for work that needed to be done and no one else knew how to do it. I was also told that the overtime would be paid to me over a period of time rather than as it was earned. I accumulated approx. $3,000 in less than 3 months just in overtime and was only paid about $600 of it. Immediately after the specific task I was working on was completed, I was terminiated for working overtime and I still have not been paid my overtime. I was terminated 7/13/07.

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