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Am I Entitled to Overtime Pay in California?

Any employer who is covered by California’s Labor Code Section 510 must pay overtime to eligible workers. …

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When do I have a claim for a prevailing wage in New Jersey?

When employees of a contractor or subcontractor working on a public works job perform services for a public body, …

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Is my employer required to pay me overtime in Rhode Island?

Some employers intentionally mislead their workers about overtime requirements. However, the truth is that almost …

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How Do I Get My Prevailing Wages Money That My California Employer Didn’t Pay?

Many construction projects in California are paid for with government funds. Such “public works” …

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Can I Sue My Employer For Overtime Pay In New York?

The short answer is yes, but it’s important to consider whether you’re entitled to overtime pay. In …

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Should I Be Getting Overtime At My Job In Louisiana?

According to federal law, almost all hourly workers should receive overtime if they work more than 40 hours per …

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“Am I entitled to overtime pay when I’m paid a salary in New York?”

Am I Entitled to Overtime Pay in New York?An employer covered by Fair Labor Standards Act (“FLSA”) and …

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Which Employees In New York Are Entitled To Overtime Pay?

Many employees in New York are eligible for overtime pay if they work more than 40 hours per week. Unless an …

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Can I Get Paid Overtime In New Jersey Even If Salaried?

Many salaried employees in New Jersey must still receive overtime pay despite being compensated on a salary basis. …

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California: What is Wage Theft?

In California, wage theft can arise from a variety of circumstances, including failing to pay employees the state …

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Can I bring a wage & hour class action in New Jersey?

In many cases, large numbers of workers in similar roles are denied proper wages by their employer. Class actions …

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Should I be getting overtime pay at my job in Ohio?

The vast majority of workers in Ohio are covered under federal and state laws that require employers to pay …

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In California, do I have to be paid for all the time I spend at work?

A: If you are an employee in California, you are entitled to be paid in full, and on time, for all the work …

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Can I sue my employer for unpaid wages in South Carolina?

In short, yes, you can sue for any earned wages that your employer has not yet paid you. South Carolina state law …

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Does an employer in Texas have to pay overtime?

Generally, employers in Texas must pay their employees overtime compensation for any hours worked beyond forty …

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