Texas Overtime Lawyer Explains Overtime & Average Workweeks

http://www.texasovertimeattorney.com/ You may work 30 hours one week and 50 hours another, but that doesn't necessarily mean you are not eligible for overtime pay. Some employers will try to combine or average out workweeks. For example, your employer may claim that although you worked 50 hours this week, you worked 30 hours the week before, so your total for the last two weeks was 80 hours or an average of 40 hours a week. This type of practice is not permitted when it comes to non-exempt employees. If you are a non-exempt employee, your employer cannot average your workweeks, especially when attempting to deny you overtime pay. The reality is, overtime pay must be given to non-exempt employees when they work more than 40 hours in a single workweek. If you feel that you are owed money for overtime, but your employer is refusing to pay, you may want to talk with a Texas overtime lawyer. A Texas overtime lawyer from Kennedy Hodges will review your case, free of charge, and explain your legal rights. For your free consultation or to order a free copy of our book, Ten Biggest Mistakes That Can Hurt Your Wage and Overtime Claim, call us today at 888-449-2068. http://www.texasovertimeattorney.com/reports/10-biggest-mistakes-that-can-hurt-your-wage-overtime-claim.cfm