This is the fourth installment in The Fraud List: Fair Labor Series Since 1938, the Wage and Hour Division of the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) has protected working class citizens from exploitation from their employer by ensuring time and a half for overtime pay in certain jobs. While overtime compensation is widely acceptable in most positions, not every worker qualifies to receive overtime, and not every employer is willing to play by the rules. In order to be qualified to earn overtime compensation, an employee must work more than 40 hours a week and earn less than $23,660 a ... Read More
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