I was working 6 days a week salary 6 am to 2pm then was asked if I would like to work 5 days and have two days off , of course I said yes, when I got my pay for that , they decided my payed salary by 6 and took 1 day pay off, so OK I went with that , 5 years later they forced me to work 6 days or I wouldn't have a job, their words , I went along after munch protest, when I got my pay it was increased only 50 dollars , I protested and was told to wait 2 months and I would get another fifty, my increase should have been 165 dollars from the get go, over a year goes by and I still wasn't happy so they gave me fifty more , can I get back all the money owned from the time I was forced to work 6 days ?
Hi i am a super at a high rise building in new jersey my company put me on salary and told me that i am exempt my question is should i be entitled to over time i worked 38 hours cleaning up snow at the complex were i worked on my days off and after regular working hours i am really upset that i really pitched in and helped get the complex clear of snow just to find out that all my hard back breaking work went un-noticed all the regular hourly employees that worked with me got paid but i was told that i don't get overtime is this legal ?
I'm so confused!! I am a RN, working as an administrative nurse ( I teach CPR classes, make the schedules for all the nurses and STNA's) give employee vaccinations etc. I am a salaried employee. If a floor nurse calls off, whether it be night shift or day shift. I am expected to cover this call off but do not get comp time. I usually work anywhere from 50-70 hours a week. I get nothing extra because I am salary. Should I be getting over time pay??
I work in the landscape field but i work year round for my company and i am a salary employee I've been working over 40 hours every week for over a year i make 675$ a week but im working 60 - 70 hours a week should i be getting overtime?
i work for a cable company as a construction coordinator. working 45-50 hours a week at times. traveling out of town and sometimes having 12-15 hour days. what is my compensation for putting in overtime? comp time or ot pay?
I was hired as an independent contractor that is paid a salary, so does the same thing pertain to me. I am constantly working overtime and I am not paid for days that the office is closed, most recently for a natural disaster. Should I be getting paid for that and overtime?
the idea of being payed salary as an independant contractor is illegal on its own basis. If a company is forcing you to work for them and is setting specifically your work hours by law and by the way taxes are supposed to be payed its illegal for you to even be an independant contractor. You can be on a contract but thats different from being independantly contractor. if you are you can resell all your work to there competitor and work for more then one company also you can legally set your own hours and work for other companies without the worry of being fired. people who are in sales like for financial companies are independant contractors. if your salaried and they set your hours get your job title fixed asap so the taxes are legal or make money the ways above because they are taking huge advantage of you.
i work in a furniture store, i am "salaried" I am expected to work 6 days a week and i have to work 48 hours during those 6 days. my salary is only $200 a week and then i have to make up the rest in commission. my slow season is from september - may, im lucky right now if i see an extra $100-200 in my paycheck for commission, so during november and december i saw alot of weeks where it was just the salary pay, which puts me way below mim wage. I dont even take time off for meals, im not sure what my rights are or what my boss can and cant do. im looking for a new job right now but how do i keep myself protected until then?
I have worked in several similar situations and you are not getting a ''salary''. You are getting a 'draw'' against future commissions to offset the sell cycle times. The issue in your situation, is if your sales commissions do not cover your 'draw' and you leave, you could well owe them money-----
How about this one. Salaried. do meet exempt status. told hours are m-f 7-3:30. Office manager schedules you someone to see at 3:30. and two of the other days you are there till 5 pmevery week. So actually I work scheduled 45-50 hours every week. But on paper it looks like 40.I don't get it. I feel like this is employee abuse. Do I speak to the powers that be or do I just move on. I have tried one about 4 months ago. Nothing came out of it. said I was salaried and that was all they would do. Please help with direction.
i work in a warehouse and am salary. should i get overtime.thx
Does this also apply to salaried employees at Indian Casinos?