Can a factory worker file an unpaid overtime lawsuit for more than 40 hours a week?

Can a factory worker file an unpaid overtime lawsuit for more than 40 hours a week?

Yes, a factory worker may be able to file an unpaid overtime lawsuit for more than 40 hours worked in a single workweek if not receiving pay for that time. However, it is important if you work in a factory and believe that your employer is violating the law by not properly paying your minimum wage or overtime, you need to contact an experienced attorney immediately as there are strict statute of limitations when filing a claim.

Not only is payment owed for the time worked more than 40 hours a week to a factory worker, you should be aware that ANY TIME spent preparing for work, whether it’s putting on protective clothing or even showering before leaving the plant can be counted as time on the clock.  Therefore, factory workers should ensure they are being paid for that time spent.

For more information on filing a factory worker unpaid overtime lawsuit, contact our experienced law firm today at (855) 794-2795.  We will discuss your case with you and determine whether or not you are eligible to file a lawsuit under the law.  If determined that you were unfairly denied wages, we will start working on your case immediately gathering all the evidence to prove and win your case.  We represent our clients under our No Fee Promise, which means no legal fees or costs until we win or settle your claim.  Call now!

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