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10 Things You Should Know
- Your overtime pay rights can’t be given up by signing a contract or by agreeing to be paid straight time only or a flat day rate.
- If you are owed overtime pay, overtime pay laws in your state allow you to seek lost wages from your employer, regardless of any prior agreement.
- Employers are rushing to force employees to sign arbitration agreements that prevent employees from bringing cases as a group or class action.
- If you’ve signed an arbitration agreement, you can still pursue your overtime claim but it’s important to have your situation reviewed so you can know your options.
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