Precision Solids Control, Inc. Case Summary

Case Summary: This case claims that Precision Solids Control failed to pay overtime to its Solids Control Technicians and other similar non-exempt employees who were paid on a day-rate basis. These oilfield employees regularly worked 84 hours per week, with rotations of 4 weeks on and 1 week off. Despite working far more than 40 hours per week, they received only their day-rate multiplied by the number of days worked in each week and were not paid time and a half for their hours in excess of 40 as required under federal wage and hour laws.

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