Yes, you may be entitled to overtime pay as a restaurant wait staff member 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.
Wait staff at restaurants work long and tiring shifts and often extend beyond the end of their shift time. Many wait staffs, including waiters and waitresses, must also arrive early to work to dress in their uniform and stay later to change clothes before going home. Many wait staff must also arrive early to learn about the day’s menu so that that they can discuss the daily specials with the customers. Overtime pay is required for many of these work requirements, but often not paid.
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