Employers Encouraging Off the Clock WorkApril 9, 2014
To combat rising labor costs, employers may sometimes encourage (or demand) hourly employees work off the clock. This is illegal. If you are a hourly employee, you should be paid for all time worked and, if you are eligible for overtime, you should be paid overtime for working more than 40 hours in the workweek. It is also illegal for an employer to terminate or otherwise retaliate against you for complaining about your pay. If you have questions regarding your pay, please contact your Tampa Employment Lawyer Darren D. McClain.
This post was written by Darren McClain