Yes, you may be entitled to overtime pay as a casino worker if you worked more than 40 hours in a single work week. If you believe you have been denied wage benefits, it is important to consult an experienced unpaid overtime lawsuit attorney about your possible case.
Casino workers are often required to arrive before their shift to change into their uniforms even before they clock into work and then stay after their shift is over to change out of their uniforms. This may only seem like an extra thirty minutes a day, but overtime pay is required for this time. Other casino workers, like dealers and pit bosses, must arrive before their shift for mandatory meetings or training. Many times, a dealer or pit boss is required to stay after the shift is over to count money. Again, overtime pay is required for this extra time before and after the shift.
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