Call Our Memphis Wage and Hour Lawyers Today
In some cases, employers unlawfully require employees to perform specific duties before or after their official work-periods. In other cases, employers fail to compensate employees for other work performed at the employer’s request during normal hours. However, because the Fair Labor Standards Act lays out a rigid definition of work, an employer that requires an employee to perform duties while off the clock and does not include that time in overtime calculation commits a form of wage theft against the employee.
If your employer has required you to spend a segment of your workday off the clock and has not compensated you for such work, we urge you to call our Memphis wage and hour lawyers. We can advocate for you and work diligently to pursue the compensation you deserve in the shortest amount of time possible.
Additionally, our team can provide you with the following:
- A team backed by more than 35 years of legal experience
- A legal team that handles cases in Tennessee, Arkansas, and Mississippi
- A team committed to prompt legal assistance
Speak with a member of our team today by calling Donati Law, PLLC or filling out a consultation form!
Off-the-Clock Work According to the Wage and Hour Board
It is important employers carefully, accurately, and completely record the amount of hours employees work. When they fail to do so, employers risk violating the Fair Labor Standards Act, which requires employers to pay non-exempt employees at least 1.5 times their regulate pay rate for any hours worked over 40 hours in a single week.
Work hours can include any time an employee is required to be on duty, on the employer’s premises, or at any other prescribed place of or for work. This includes any time the employer allows, permits, or suffers the employee to work.
Has Your Employer Required You to Perform Duties While Off the Clock?
If you have been required to work during off-the-clock hours, it is important that you speak with a highly skilled Memphis wage and hour attorney at Donati Law, PLLC. We can examine your situation and determine if your employer has failed to pay you for off-the-clock hours. From there, we can form a legal strategy to pursue positive results for you.
Call our team today and allow us to put our 35 years of experience on your side.