I work as a medical livery driver in Massachusetts and work 60hrs a week at 14 dollars an hour but no overtime. Is this right? I did research and i am really not a independent contractor nor sub contractor because i am supervised after every stop and told

I work as a medical livery driver in Massachusetts and according to them i am a independent contractor or a subcontractor but after reading the law o am not. They tell me where to go and who to pick up. They supervise me all day. I am working 10 to 13 hr days, six days a week at 14 dollars hourly but no overtime.....
How can they do this, plus i never signed a contract.

1 answer  |  asked Nov 23, 2015 7:04 PM [EST]  |  applies to Massachusetts

Answers (1)

Kevin McGann
This can be very complicated. The simplest way to handle it is to file a complaint with the Attorney General, who enforces Wages law. They have a Fair Labor Hotline at 617-727-3465, and they can explain your rights and how to submit a complaint.

posted by Kevin McGann  |  Nov 30, 2015 1:36 PM [EST]

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