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Am I entitled to overtime pay for work performed before or after my scheduled shift?

By Matthew Coffman |

One common issue that we often see resulting in claims for unpaid overtime occurs when employees are not being compensated for time working before the scheduled start, or after the scheduled end, of their shifts. Many employers pay employees based on their scheduled shifts rather than based on the time they are on the… Read More »

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How to File an Age Discrimination in Employment Act Charge

By Matthew Coffman |

It is illegal for Ohio employers to discriminate against employees on the basis of age. This prohibition applies to all aspects of employment, including hiring, termination, promotion, wages and benefits, and training, among others. The law also prohibits harassment based on age. If you believe you have suffered illegal age discrimination, you should meet… Read More »

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Are Day Rate Employees Entitled to Overtime?

By Matthew Coffman |

Employees who are paid a “day rate” are often not being paid all of the overtime and other wages that they are entitled to receive under the law, including unpaid overtime or other wages. What is day rate compensation? Day rate compensation occurs when employees are paid by the day, regardless of the number… Read More »

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Overtime Issues

What is overtime and how is it paid?

By Matthew Coffman |

In this blog, we will provide a very basic background of what overtime pay is and how overtime pay is earned. What is overtime pay? Overtime pay is the increased pay required for non-exempt employees when they work over 40 hours in a workweek. The Fair Labor Standards Act is the federal law that… Read More »

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How Does the New Overtime Rule Affect My Overtime Pay?

By Matthew Coffman |

The U.S. Department of Labor announced a new rule on September 24, 2019 that raises the minimum threshold salary for exempt employees. If you have any questions about how this new rule will affect your overtime entitlement, you may contact our Columbus Ohio Overtime Lawyers. The Prior Rule Under the prior rule, the minimum… Read More »

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