Can my employer refuse to pay me for overtime?
I often get questions from employees who are still employed and are wondering whether or not their employer can refuse to pay them for overtime work which they have performed. The answer is no. Under most circumstances, employers must pay overtime for work over 40 hours when an employee is not a supervisor.
There is a legal test that one must perform, and that’s why it is necessary and important that, if you find yourself in this situation, you find, identify, and hire an experienced trial attorney in this area of the law. A trial attorney experienced in labor and employment law, knows to ask the right questions and knows where to find the answers.
We at the Chavez Law Firm have a broad knowledge base and deep experience in this area of the law where we’ve represented dozens, if not hundreds, of clients. If you find yourself in this situation, do not delay, do not hesitate. Call the Chavez Law Firm immediately so we can set you up for an appointment and answer your questions.
Have you or a loved one been subjected to employment law violations in Texas and have questions about employers denying overtime pay? Contact experienced El Paso employment law attorney Enrique Chavez Jr. today for a free case evaluation and case evaluation.
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