Get Paid Your Overtime!
Fair pay in the workplace is the law in Texas. The Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) requires covered employers to pay their employees 1 1/2 times their regular rate of pay for each and every hour worked over forty (40) in a work week.
In Texas, it is illegal for an employer to deny you overtime pay if you are a non-exempt employee. However, many employees have been mislead about their right to overtime pay for overtime worked. In fact, you may be owed overtime pay even if:
- You are paid a salary rather than hourly;
- Your job title is manager or assistant manager, but you do very little true management work;
- You are paid on a piece work basis;
- You don't have detailed records of all the hours you have worked;
- You receive tips.
We believe that every client deserves personalized attention and quality legal representation. We handle overtime cases involving just one employee or hundreds.
If an employer in Texas is violating the Fair Labor Standards Act by not paying you the overtime you earned, you need a lawyer.