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Anonymous asked in Business & FinanceCorporations · 1 decade ago

My boss won't pay me for my overtime...?

i always work overtime and the overtime hours are on my checks a regular wage. He owns a chain of tanning salons ans uses a popular ( I think adp) payroll. If I ask or demand overtime, I'll surely be fired. I live in washington state.


2 Answers

  • Rudy
    Lv 6
    1 decade ago
    Favorite Answer

    If you work more then 40 hours a week you should get paid 1.5 times you hourly rate. It's the law. There should also be big signs stating this some place in each of his stores. Either in the back office, break room or when you clock in/out

    If you are working more then 40 hours a week, then he is breaking the law, the missing signs will only add it to. If they are doing it to you they are doing it to other employees as well.

    Report them to the state, you will get your back pay. Then if they fire you, you can sue them

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    4 years ago

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