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Movie Theaters are exempt from federal overtime laws
The federal Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) exempts employees of motion picture theaters from the FLSA's overtime requirements. 29 USC 213(b)(27) . Ohio's overtime laws incorporate the FLSA's exemptio... applies to All States

Your Job Title Does Not Determine Whether You Are Exempt from Overtime Compensation
California courts and the Department of Labor have repeatedly held that an employee's title doesn't determine whether he or she should be exempt from receiving overtime compensation. In other words, j... applies to California

Illinois State Overtime Law
This page is article is devoted to Illinois law. It presumes you have a basic knowledge of the Federal Law. But for more information on the Federal Overtime Law please visit our FLSA page at http://ww... applies to Illinois

Outside Sales Employees Exemption from Overtime and Minimum Wage
Section 213(a)(1) of the Fair Labor Standards Act ("FLSA") exempts outside sales employees from its minimum wage and overtime requirements. The employer has the burden of proving the outside sales exe... applies to All States

Overtime pay for On Call Time
Federal overtime law addresses whether "on call" time is considered "hours worked". It states: An employee who is required to remain on call on the employer's premises or so close thereto that he cann... applies to All States

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Due to my pregnancy my Dr put me on overtime restriction. Since overtime is mandatory it takes away from my FMLA. Where I'm confused is most overtime is on an as needed basis to cover if someone calls in on another shift. If no one volunteers then someone
I'm not allowed to work overtime for the duration of my pregnancy. I'm using FMLA to cover the overtime that's mandated. Mandated overtime is on an as needed basis. And majority is covering when someo... applies to Illinois  ·  0 answers

My company pays for overtime but strongly discourages it and prefers their employees to flex. Can my company force me to flex if I want to claim overtime instead?
My boss emailed me that I need to confirm with her about claiming overtime and that I should utilize flex time instead. I usually claim all my overtime and it seems to be an issue as i'ts very discour... applies to Massachusetts  ·  1 answer

I was not paid overtime for one and half years, how do i collect back overtime?
I beleive that my current employer willing didn't pay me overtime. What is the process and how do I proceed? applies to Nebraska  ·  1 answer

Do you have to pay all exempt employees overtime?
Most of the employees at my work are considered "exempt" from overtime. If some of the exempt employees are paid overtime, while the rest of us are not paid overtime, is there a law that prevents the ... applies to Texas  ·  2 answers

forced OT in PA?
I live and work in PA. When I work more than 40 hours a week, my employer pays me overtime, which is great. The trouble is that I don't want to work overtime; I want to have a life and spend time with... applies to Pennsylvania  ·  1 answer

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