Whether any given employee is entitled to overtime pay is a question that is usually complex and very fact dependent. Federal, state, and sometimes even local law may affect the analysis dramatically.

Many employment practices may violate these laws, including:

  • misclassifying “non-exempt” employees as “exempt”;
  • misclassifying employees as “independent contractors”; and
  • forcing employees to work “off the clock.”

Disclaimer: The legal profession is filled with different viewpoints regarding the law. Therefore reliance on the views expressed in this website without consulting an attorney to analyze them relative to a specific set of facts is not advised. Violation of federal overtime provisions is beyond the scope of this discussion. Please consult an attorney for more information.

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