Exempt And Nonexempt Classifications

Under the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA), all employees must be classified by their employers as exempt or nonexempt. All nonexempt employees are entitled to receive a minimum wage and must receive overtime pay that is 1½ times their regular pay for each hour worked beyond the standard 40-hour work week.

Many employers incorrectly classify employees as exempt. Misclassifications by employers may be the result of confusion or they may be an intentional attempt on the part of an employer to cut costs.

If you think your rights under the FLSA may have been violated, contact Mezibov Butler in Cincinnati, Ohio. An experienced employment law attorney at our firm can review the facts of your case and help you determine if you may have a valid basis to pursue a claim against your employer.

Ohio Wage And Hour Lawyers: Overtime Pay Violations

If you do not receive overtime pay and you think you have been subject to a misclassification by your employer, let our wage and hour law attorneys put their experience to work for you. Attorney Marc D. Mezibov has more than 35 years of legal experience and is prepared to provide the skilled legal representation you need.

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