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Determining Number of Hours Worked by an Employee for Minimum Wage or Overtime — Raleigh Unpaid Wages Lawyer

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The North Carolina Wage and Hour Act and Fair Labor Standards Act require employees to be paid at a rate not less than minimum wage for each hour worked. Employees are required to be paid overtime at a rate of not less than ...

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Willfulness, Good Faith, and the Fair Labor Standards Act and North Carolina Wage and Hour Act – North Carolina Employee Wages and Salary Attorney

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The Fair Labor Standards Act establishes minimum wage, overtime pay, and youth employment standards. Covered, nonexempt employees are entitled to a minimum wage of at least $7.25 per hour and are entitled to overtime pay of ...

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Executive Exemption of the Fair Labor Standards Act and North Carolina Wage and Hour Act

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The Fair Labor Standards Act and North Carolina’s Wage and Hour Act requires overtime to paid for any hours worked over 40 per week. There are, however, exemptions to these general rules. One of those exemptions are for ...

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Nonpayment of Overtime to Mortgage Loan Officers

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Employers are required to pay their employees overtime for any hours worked over 40 each week. North Carolina and Federal law allow for exemptions from the rules for certain employees. Many companies wrongfully attempt to ...

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Are Managers Entitled to Overtime Pay — Raleigh Wage and Hour Lawyer

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North Carolina and Federal law mandates that employers pay their workers at least minimum wage with the payment of overtime for hours worked over 40 per week. There are certain exceptions to this rule for those in Executive ...

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Unpaid Internships Entitled to Minimum Wage and Overtime — North Carolina FLSA Lawyer

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With the job market still tight, prospective employees are resorting to accepting unpaid internships where interns are performing tasks that an employee would normally cover. Unfortunately, employers take advantage of the ...

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Administrative Exemption from Overtime Requirements — Raleigh Wage and Hour Employment Compensation Attorney

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Certain types of employees, despite working overtime for their company, are deemed to be “exempt” and are not eligible for overtime benefits from their employer under the Fair Labor Standards Act. Any employee employed at ...

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Independent Contractor or Employee Status in Overtime/Minimum Wage Cases — Cary FLSA-Wage and Hour Attorney

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Employers often review IRS tax regulations to determine whether or not their workers should be classified as employees or independent contractors.  Case law under the Fair Labor Standards Act tends to reflect that a worker ...

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