Your state's Department of Labor can help you with wage and hour issues, such as overtime.
by ? - 5 hours ago
In a job like you desribe, you aren't likely to be exempt from OT pay unless you are in management. . She must pay you for all hours you work, and pay time and a half for hours over 40 in a week. She can just not allow you to work OT.
by Judy - 5 hours ago
tell er you have to leave after 8 hrs each day then -no sense working for nothing
by Zarg222 - 5 hours ago
depends on how you are salaried. if she can't pay you, find a new job.
by ladystang - 5 hours ago
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