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At a union workplace, certain workers are scheduled 10 days in a row and no overtime is paid. The company says they do not have to pay overtime if the work weeks carry over into two different pay periods. (Five days at the end of one period and five days at the beginning of the next period.)
Isn't this just like averaging the work hours which I believe is illegal?

1 answer  |  asked Apr 29, 2002 11:41 PM [EST]  |  applies to Illinois

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Aaron Maduff
Averaging Work Hours for Overtime

It really depends on where the hours fall. If there are more than 40 hours in any week, there should be overtime.

posted by Aaron Maduff  |  Apr 30, 2002 11:18 AM [EST]

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