Veterans Administration Employees Entitled To Overtime Pay

Are Veterans Administration employees entitled to overtime pay?

Yes, you may be entitled to overtime pay as a Veterans Administration employee 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.

Veterans Administration employees are often required to be “on call” all hours of a day and do not get paid for breaks.  The Veterans Administration keeps poor hours worked records and this is held against the agency. As a result, the VA would be in violation of the FLSA by failing to pay Veterans Administration employees the required overtime pay.  If you are a VA employee who worked more than 40 hours a week but did not receive overtime pay, you may be entitled to file an overtime pay lawsuit.

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