If you think that your current or previous employer may have not compensated you with overtime pay at one and a half times the normal rate of pay for working seven consecutive days, contact a skilled employment lawyer to see how you can recover that overtime pay, normal pay or other wages that you earned, but were not compensated. If you are working for your company on your days off, you may be classified as working seven days in a row.
Workers normally are aware of the fact that they are qualified to be paid at one and a half times their normal rate of pay for all hours worked beyond the normal amount of eight hours in a workday or for working beyond the traditional forty hours in a normal, fulltime workweek. On the other hand, sometimes workers fail to realize that they are also qualified to receive one and a half times their normal rate of compensation for working seven days in a row.
Would you like more information about work schedules that involve seven consecutive days? Are you working more than normal without receiving overtime wages? Our employment lawyers are here to help. Contact an employment law attorney near you today to learn more.
Did you know?
Most essentially, workers may not know that they are eligible to be receiving two times the normal rate of wages for hours worked beyond the standard amount of eight hours on a seventh consecutive workday.
Our skilled employment law lawyers strive to maximize your recovery of overtime compensation. We assist workers in fighting back and putting an end to their current or previous company’s unfair pay actions.