Many workers in the oil and gas industry are paid on a fixed salary, day rate or per job rate. Many times, field service workers, who usually provide service to a company's clients or help the company in its operations, can be paid in these ways.
If you are paid by a fixed salary, day rate, or per-job rate, read how the Fair Labor Standards Act law can mean you are owed money.
Many of the biggest oil and gas companies in Texas have been brought to court for allegedly violating wage and overtime laws, including
-Moody International, and more.
Day rate, or Per Diem Rates
Day rates are certain amounts paid to an employee on a per day basis. These payments can include amounts paid for working away from home. If you are paid a per diem rate, you should make sure you are paid according to the labor laws for your industry.
Per job rate, or Piece-Rate Pay
Find out today if you are owed money under the Fair Labor Standards Act.
If you believe you have been denied your wages, contact experienced overtime lawyers to start your free case review. You can call toll-free to start a free case review of your job duties: 1-888-449-2068. You can also send us a confidential contact form.
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Field service workers can include field service engineers, oil and gas industry workers, repair technicians, and other workers, including:
- Service Supervisor
- Field Engineer
- Field Coordinator
- Field Office Clerk
- Pipeline Inspector
- Tool Pushers