Traveling is a normal part of an everyday job, requiring employees in Texas to travel from job site to job site as they do their work. Often times, this could cause issues where the employee is not compensated fully for the hours they’ve worked as a result of them traveling during work hours.
Do you work 40+ hours in a week without receiving compensation for overtime? Are you regularly working off the clock? Are you not compensated for “unapproved” overtime? Find out if you are due for unpaid overtime.
Temporary labor is on the rise in Texas and nationwide. Unfortunately, this has led to an increased number of reports of temporary workers not being paid appropriately. In some cases, noncompliance is the result of misunderstandings of the law.
Are you putting in extra hours day after day, but not being paid overtime because you are a manager or supervisor? Have you stopped to question whether this is fair?
Unpaid overtime claims are becoming increasingly common among information technology (IT) employees.
Countless employees throughout Texas and nationwide are working overtime and not being paid fairly. Are you one of them?
The biggest mistake seen in wage and hour law by companies is the belief that employees who are paid in salary, instead of an hourly wage, are not entitled to overtime.