Does an insurance company have to pay overtime pay to an investigator?

Does an insurance company have to pay overtime pay to an investigator?

Recently, there was a federal law passed that exempts Insurance Investigators from claiming overtime pay benefits. However, job titles do not necessarily exempt someone from claiming benefits; job duties, as well as other several factors would be evaluated by a court to determine probable cause.

The reason why insurance investigators are exempt from overtime pay benefits under the federal law is because they perform non-manual work that deals with general business operations of their employers and exercise discretion in resolving suspicions of fraud.

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