Sales and Marketing Reps for HMOs May Be Able to Recover Overtime Pay
HMO Marketing Representatives Unpaid Overtime
If you are employed as a marketing representative for an HMO and you are not receiving overtime wages for hours worked over 40 within a work week, you may be able to recover back pay and other damages. If you work more than 40 hours a week as an HMO marketing representative, fill out our free case review form today to find out if you are entitled to time-and-a-half compensation for your overtime hours.
Under the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA), which is a federal law, employers are required to pay all non-exempt workers "time and a half" for all hours overtime hours worked. This is true even for salaried employees. Some HMOs have been misclassifying their marketing representatives as "exempt" employees in order to avoid paying them for their overtime hours. Recent court rulings, however, have made it clear the marketing representatives are "non-exempt" employees, and are therefore entitled to overtime wages.
If you are a marketing representative for an HMO, even if you are salaried, and you are not being paid 1.5 times your regular rate for all overtime hours, you may be entitled to recover up to three years of back pay for wrongfully denied overtime wages. The overtime lawyers of ClassAction.org are committed to fighting for the rights of HMO marketing representatives who are unfairly being denied overtime pay. We will work hard to ensure you are properly compensated for your overtime work, and depending on the details of your case, may be able to recover back pay and other damages on your behalf.