Unpaid Overtime

The Fair Labor Standards Act requires employers to pay covered employees overtime pay of 1.5 times their regular hourly rate for all hours worked over 40 each week.

If your employer fails to pay you overtime, you can recover up to double your unpaid overtime, going back up to three years, plus attorneys’ fees and costs.

Whether or not you are entitled to overtime pay depends on the nature of your employer’s business and your duties at the business, but most people are entitled to overtime pay—even if they are paid a weekly flat rate or salary.

To find out if you are entitled to overtime pay, or if your current or former employer owes you overtime pay, contact us for a free consultation with a qualified attorney that will review your case and give you answers without any cost or obligation.