Legal Question in Employment Law in Ohio

ot pay over 7 years

I've worked for the same place for 7 years. I have worked more than 40hrs. for most of the time I have worked there. the boss says they a re not required to pay ot. are the suppose to and can i go after them for any monies owed. This is not a seasonal business and they employ 5 people regularly. Only I and another girl work like this. PLease answer quick this will be my second week of 60 hrs and i havent had a day off in 2 weeks. PLease understand i am a mother of 4 trying to help my husband provide for them.

Asked on 8/23/07, 6:18 pm

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Eileen Joyce Baughman & Joyce LLC
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Re: ot pay over 7 years

If you think that you may be entitled to overtime pay (there is not enough information in your post to make that determination), you can file a complaint with the U.S. Department of Labor, which is responsible for enforcing the federal minimum wage/overtime wage laws. You should be able to find complaint forms on the DOL’s website.

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8/24/07, 12:02 pm

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