Any hours worked after 40 in a single work week is considered overtime. However, not every employee in the U.S. is entitled to overtime pay. When is overtime pay owed? Watch this video below by one of our top rated overtime lawsuit attorneys who answers this frequently asked question.
If you or someone you know is working over 40 hours in a single work week and not receiving overtime wages for that time, it may give rise to an overtime lawsuit. These lawsuits can provide you with significant compensation for your unpaid wages and often include payment of penalties, liquidated damages, interest, and attorney’s fees.
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