Wondering About Overtime Eligibility?
Visit Our Dallas Overtime Lawyers at Jackson Allen & Williams, LLP
If you're doing an online search for overtime eligibility, there's
a good chance your interest isn't merely academic. You're likely
here because you wonder if your employer is required to pay you extra
for the overtime hours you have worked. The short answer is "probably."
The long answer is a bit more complicated-which is why we're here
. If you have a question about overtime laws,
contact our Fort Worth attorneys at Jackson Allen & Williams, LLP today for a free consultation!
Is my employer required to pay me time and a half for overtime?
The Fair Labor Standards Act sets minimum federal requirements for employee
compensation -including overtime pay. As a result, most employers are
required to pay their employees time and a half for every hour they work
in excess of a standard, 40-hour work week.
In general, if any of the following qualifications apply to your employer,
you are eligible for overtime pay:
- Engages in interstate commerce
- $500,000 or more in annual revenues
- Is a hospital or institution that cares for the sick, aged, disabled or
- Is a school, university or government agency
- Pays you for ongoing domestic services
Whether you work full-time or part-time, receive an hourly wage or a yearly
salary, chances are you're entitled to overtime pay. Certain professions
are exempt from overtime pay, such as professional or executive employees,
but do not let your employer misclassify your work in order to avoid compensating
you. Talk to our knowledgeable and friendly overtime lawyers to discuss
Don't miss out on overtime benefits. Contact our firm now!
At Jackson Allen & Williams, LLP, we have decades of experience in
overtime law-which gives us a leg up on most other Dallas attorneys.
Our communication, organization and personal dedication to each client help us ensure the most favorable possible outcome. Strong
client relationships have always been the cornerstone of our business-which
is why winning your case is not our only goal. We also want to earn your
trust and confidence.
Speak with our lawyers
about your overtime eligibility today in a
free case evaluation