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 Sep 25, 2007 - 10:42 AM - by Michael
* Do you deserve overtime?

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A story today from MSNBC on a law firm fighting to get many workers compensated overtime:

There are two basic categories of overtime claims. One arises because a company has misclassified employees as exempt from the wage and hour laws, and thus improperly failed to pay overtime. In some of these cases the workers have been classified as independent contractors, meaning the company doesn't pay them benefits, either. The second is a so-called off-the-clock claim, in which employees allege that some of the work they do is not recorded by the company, sometimes as an intentional way to keep them from accruing overtime.
Take a good long look, especially if you feel like you work way more hours than you should.
 

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