Overtime and Wage Claims
REPRESENTATION FOR EMPLOYERS AND EMPLOYEES
My employer tells me that I’m a salaried employee, but my time is tracked and I’m paid at an hourly rate. Am I entitled to overtime? If I’m a salaried employee and work more than 40 hours, am I entitled to overtime? I’m an information technology (IT) employee. Am I entitled to overtime?
We expect to be paid for the work that we do, but sometimes employees are uncertain whether they are entitled to overtime. Regardless of whether you are a salaried or hourly employee and regardless of your field, you need to be paid for the work you do. Contact an experienced Fairfax overtime disputes lawyer to protect your rights.
At the law office of Hogan & Pritchard, PLLC, we help employees understand whether they are entitled to overtime, and we advocate on their behalf to resolve wage disputes. We represent employees in a range of wage disputes, including:
- Not paying overtime
- Misclassification of an employee
CONTACT AN EXPERIENCED WASHINGTON, D.C., WAGE CLAIMS LAWYER
Some computer employees may be exempt from overtime if they are doing certain types of intellectual work. However, some computer or IT employees may be treated as salaried employees and still be entitled to overtime.
Because our attorneys have experience representing employees and employers, we are familiar with both sides of the process, and we know how to protect the rights of our clients. We can help determine whether you are eligible for overtime and work to ensure that you are paid the wages you’ve earned. Learn more about the counsel we provide by scheduling an initial consultation. We can be reached through an online contact form or by calling 703-552-4014.