If you are an hourly employee in Massachusetts, you are entitled to receive pay for any and all work that you do for your job.

If you are an hourly employee in Massachusetts, you are entitled to receive pay for any and all work that you do for your job.

If your employer is failing to pay you for certain work — regardless of the justification — it may be breaking the law. For instance, just because your employer considers you “salaried” or “overtime exempt” under the overtime law does not mean you are not owed compensation when you work more than 40 hours in a week.

Fortunately, we have extensive experience recovering compensation for unpaid work time. Get in touch with us to find out if we can help you get the wages you are owed.

Have you been paid incorrectly by your employer?

The punch-clock, 9-to-5 job is largely a thing of the past. These days, many employers expect or require employees to perform duties and responsibilities outside the typical workday, during so-called break time, or during travel time, often without pay. This unpaid work can include:

Completing pre- or post-shift work
Traveling to and from job sites
Working “off-the-clock” overtime
Working through meal breaks
Attending pre-shift meetings
Participating in unpaid training

If your employer is forcing you to work before, during or after your shift without pay, it’s time to get an advocate on your side. Get in touch with us and we’ll see what we can do.

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