Miscalculated Overtime Lawsuits

Last Updated on March 16, 2021

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At A Glance

This Alert Affects:
Anyone who earns bonuses, shift pay differentials or other types of compensation in addition to their hourly wage.
What's Going On?
Some employers are failing to take into account bonuses, shift pay differentials or other types of compensation when calculating employees' overtime pay rates. As a result, workers are being cheated out of wages – and some are filing lawsuits to get their money back.
What You Can Do:
If you think your overtime pay is being miscalculated, fill out the form on this page to get in touch. One of the attorneys we work with may then reach out to you directly to learn more about how you're getting paid and whether you're missing out on wages. There's no cost to talk to an attorney and you're not obligated to take legal action after speaking with one.
Can I Get Fired?
Federal law prohibits employers from firing, demoting or otherwise retaliating against employees who report overtime violations or otherwise exercise their legal rights.

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