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3 examples of wage and hour violations

You work hard in order to obtain a living wage. The money you make undoubtedly goes toward making many necessary purchases to meet your daily needs and the needs of your family. Though you may not work in your ideal profession, you probably still appreciate the paycheck that you receive. Unfortunately, you may notice that your paychecks are not always correct.

Frequently asked questions about unpaid wages in Texas

If you are denied payment either of the minimum wage or overtime, you can recover the wages you are owed by reporting a wage and hour violation. Employers covered by the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) are required to pay wages and overtime. Due to varying state laws regarding wages and hours, some employees can get confused and end up not filing complaints about wrongfully-denied payments. Here are some frequently asked questions about wage theft and employee rights in Texas to help you understand the details:

Are you owed overtime for your work at a day-rate job?

Many employers in the oil and gas industry simplify their bookkeeping and streamline their payment processing by switching from an hourly rate pay schedule to a day rate or a shift rate for the work. This can be a great way for both the employer and employee to make the administrative work of tracking labor and payment easier, because it adds flexibility around start and stop time expectations, break time management, and other sideline issues that often increase the amount of effort it takes to track compensated time.

Federal Judge in Texas Blocks Rule Making 4.2 Million More Salaried Employees Eligible for Overtime Pay

Salaried employees in Texas and throughout the country will have to wait to see if they will become eligible for overtime pay. Recently, a federal judge in Texas issued a relatively last-minute injunction blocking a new rule that would have applied to 4.2 million more salaried employees, making them eligible to receive time-and-a-half pay for overtime hours.

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