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Most workers who are paid an hourly wage and work more than 40 hours in a 7-day work week must be paid overtime. When paying overtime, a business must pay at least one and one-half times the worker’s regular hourly rate.
If your Dallas employer did not pay you your overtime, you may be able to get up to double your unpaid overtime dollars, going back up to three years and your attorneys’ fees for filing your unpaid wages lawsuit.
Whether or not you are entitled to overtime pay will depend on your employer’s business and how your duties at the business have been categorized by your employer. Most people in Dallas are entitled to overtime pay. Speak to one of our unpaid overtime lawyers.
The Fair Labor Standards Act of 1938 (FLSA), requires that Dallas employers pay their non-exempt employees, one and one-half times their regular rate of pay for all hours worked per week in excess of 40 hours.
Do You Have A Dallas Unpaid Overtime Claim?
You may have an unpaid overtime claim if:
If you were under paid and are a tipped employee
If your employer failed to pay for every hour you worked including:Working “off the clock”, before clocking in or after clocking out for the day
If you were not paid for meal or rest breaks that you had to work through
If you were not paid for hours at required training programs and classes
If you wee cheated out of pay for travel time to a work assignment
If you were not paid for waiting time you spent on the employer’s premises or taking on or off required gear
Worked through lunch and not get paid
Had take work home and not get paid
Worked more than 40 hours a week and not pay you for the hours worked
Had your your time records changed
Speak to an unpaid overtime Paycheck Lawyer today