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When does an employer have to pay overtime?

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Employees who are working in a non-exempt position, meaning a situation that’s not a professional exemption, a administrative exemption or other sorts of exemptions that are recognized under the Fair Labor Standards Act, are entitled to overtime pay for any hour worked above 40 in a workweek. To know what your rights are under the Fair Labor Standards Act, which governs overtime pay, it’s good idea to consult with an employment lawyer if you questions as to whether or not you’re properly exempt or whether or not you’re being properly paid for the hours that you’re working over 40 hours in a week.

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