Do you work more than 40 hours a week for your employer? Under the Fair Labor Standards Act, 29 U.S.C. §201, an employee must receive pay at the rate of time and one half his hourly rate, unless he is exempt from these requirements as a professional, executive, or administrative employee, or some other exemption recognized under the FLSA.
Both Federal and New York law allow employees to recover double the amount of wages owed, plus counsel fees, for an employer's overtime violations. In addition, the owner and supervisors may be personally liable for wages owed to you and your coworkers.
Raymond Nardo, Esq has filed many overtime cases on behalf of employees in various industries.
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