Overtime Pay Complaints

The Overtime Pay Complaints Blog

Welcome to Overtime Pay Complaints, a weblog brought to you by the attorneys at ClassActionConnect.com. We created this overtime pay blog for employees to voice their concerns, complaints and issues about their employer and/or employment to the public by posting comments describing their experiences with other employees. Topics include issues such as wage and hour disputes and overtime pay and labor law violations.

If you believe you have not received all of the wages or overtime pay that you believe you are owed under federal and/or state labor laws, report your employer to an employment law overtime pay class action attorney.

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17 Responses to “Overtime Pay Complaints”

  1. connie petersen says:

    My husband and I just
    recently learned about a class action suit that was settled by Shoney’s Inc. (belcher v Shoney’s. We believe we should have been named in it. We had already left middle TN and never heard about it until last week when we were in TN visiting. Is it too late to be a part of this? We were both in management positions for this company for several years. How would I go about finding out this information?

  2. connie petersen says:

    My husband and I just
    recently learned about a class action suit that was settled by Shoney’s Inc. (belcher v Shoney’s. We believe we should have been named in it. We had already left middle TN and never heard about it until last week when we were in TN visiting. Is it too late to be a part of this? We were both in management positions for this company for several years. How would I go about finding out this information? It was in regards to “fluxuating” over time pay (Chinese overtim).

  3. connie petersen says:

    My husband and I just
    recently learned about a class action suit that was settled by Shoney’s Inc. (belcher v Shoney’s. We believe we should have been named in it. We had already left middle TN and never heard about it until last week when we were in TN visiting. Is it too late to be a part of this? We were both in management positions for this company for several years. How would I go about finding out this information? It was in regards to “flux” over time pay (Chinese overtim).

  4. rick luis says:

    my employer pays me commission,but im obligated to work 55 hrs a week should i be payed over time?

  5. ML says:

    I was required to travel for on the job training. Traveling from west coast to east coast for over a week and 2 additional weeks in the west coast. The company will not pay for any required travel time over 8 hours. Just in one day I had to travel 20 hrs to attend 1st day of training. I believe I am not the only employee this has happened too. I have submitted a claim with Calif Labor Commissioner do I have other options. Please advise. Thank you

  6. stefanie garcia says:

    i am a production worker.i recieved overtime for three years as of jan.2008 we were boought out by a million dollar company alots changed now in august are pay stubs and earnings have changed without notice we recieve our daily pruduction amount with attendance bonus but no overtime but are attendance bonus goes up maybe three or four dollars but their is no overtime pay on our checks wheres our money gone. is that legal shoot ive put in the hours
    .

  7. TC says:

    I work for a home health care agency I put in 48+ hours a week and have never gotten overtime. And currently my employer is rounding our hours so we don’t even get paid for all time we have put in.

  8. Tony says:

    My boss likes to keep me late and bring me in on weekends. He does not pay overtime is this legeal?

  9. John says:

    My company is requiring us to work overtime and threating to fire us if we dont. Is that legal in the state of Alabama?

  10. Sanford G.Sublett says:

    My family was in Shoney’s resturant tonight with some friends.It was the location#333328,Huntsville,ala.It was around 8:00 p.m.The waiter’s name was Howard.After our order had been brought,we waited around 30 minutes for a refill on beverages.He never came back to check on us.We had to have our meal dry.The cashier finally came over and check to see if we needed anything.When the waiter was told about it,he didn’t say anything.He left our table and walked off and shook his head.

    Mr.Sanford G. Sublett

  11. Ben Spataro says:

    Company schedules reps on holidays, wants reps to work past 6pm, does not answer reps emails or ph calls. Issues/concerns as well as payrate are ignored. Reps are threathen to be terminated. Can I sue Drive Line Retail Merchandising Inc?

  12. Michelle Wolter says:

    Manager doesn’t tell me things I’m doing wrong until 1 to 2 months down the road through a write up. Are managers required to tell you right away if your doing something wrong or can they wait for months afterwards?

  13. Irnest Levy says:

    being threatened to work overtime or be fires. Is this legal in Pa.
    Thanks
    Irnie

  14. Michael G Roach Sr says:

    Am working for a US Company oversea on an US Army Base I have three issue with my company.

    1. DFAR Clause 252.222-7002 Compliance with Local Labor Laws (Overseas) . Not been pay day of rest. Article (75) of Qatar Local Labor Laws the worker shall be allowed of a weekly paid rest which shall not be less than twenty-four consecutive hours and Friday shall be the weekly rest day for all workers with the exception of the shift workers. If the circumstances of the work necessitate the employment of the worker during the rest day the worker shall be compensated for the rest day by another day, and shall be paid for working that day the wage payable to him for the ordinary weekly rest day or his basic wage plus an increase of not less than 150%. With the exception of shift workers a worker shall not be required to work more than two consecutive Fridays.

    2. FAR Clause 52.222-4 — Contract Work Hours and Safety Standards Act — Overtime Compensation. (a) Overtime requirements. No Contractor or subcontractor employing laborers or mechanics (see Federal Acquisition Regulation 22.300) shall require or permit them to work over 40 hours in any workweek unless they are paid at least 1 and 12 times the basic rate of pay for each hour worked over 40 hours.

    3. DoD Financial Management Regulation Volume 7A, Chapter 10.May 2009 Designated Hostile Fire or Imminent Danger Pay Areas Danger Pay authorized for Qatar Land area and air space from Aug 7, 1997 to present Other Contracts here are receiving Danger Pay. There are also other personal here that request legal assistance for same incident. My phone number 256-513-5210

  15. James T. Johnson says:

    I’m in the same boat as Connie petterson I worked for shoneys from 88 – 93 as a kitchen manager on this same overtime system i was told that back in the 90′s there was a class action suit that should have effected me can i still get any compensation.

  16. Brian D Parker says:

    Brian Parker to Stephanie
    show details 4:22 PM (1 hour ago)

    Yes I was wonderingif I could still make a claim that happened years back Shoney’s never paid a lot of people that have been trying for years to get their rightful claim it will be unfortunate that all those that Shoney’s left out because of a lot of people were misinformed or down right ignored and forgotten I was and employee for the company at least 3 years and feel betrayed and left out only thing I’m asking is for those that were completely ignored and for other unforeseen events be rightfully reimbursed or have a letter sent to them to explain why the money was given to them?If it was’nt for the Internet I would’ve never gotten this off my chest I just want some closure…

  17. steve says:

    My employer requires overtime and punishes us/threatens to fire us if we don’t. they pay zero compensation for anything over regular 40 hours. Legal or not?

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