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Asked on: 7/16/13, 7:57 pm

Is there an easy formula for figuring the amount of dollars that is owed for over time worked (8+hrs a day) to a non-exempt employee who is not paid time and a half? I've been working for $10.00 hr (40+ weekly) since 11/2012 and my boss recently changed me to "Salary" but my paycheck is based on my working a 40hr week, not an annual amt of pay, so anything over 40 he now pays me in cash - still @ $10.00 hr. And is there a 2nd formula , percentage or set amt for figuring penalty or interest due on the amt owed for failure to pay when due? I know I don't meet the criteria in the (3) tests that would make me exempt; though not sure if that means I pass or fail =) Appreciate any help or direction.

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