Yes, your employer may have to pay you overtime for community service work hours. Many employers do not pay wages for these extra hours, which may be a violation of the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA).
Generally, a for profit company will be scrutinized more for FLSA volunteer violations than a nonprofit. However there are a number of factors that go into determining if an employer is required to pay such wages.
Therefore, if you believe you have been denied overtime pay benefits for community service work hours, call our top rated law firm today at (855) 754-2795 to consult with one of our expert experienced attorneys. We will be able to sort through the law and the state laws in which you work to determine whether or not you are entitled to receive overtime pay. If you are, we will file an unpaid overtime claim on your behalf to recover all wages owed back to you for all community service overtime hours worked. Call now for your free, no obligation case review.