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Supreme Court: You Can't Fire an Employee for Orally Complaining About Not Being Paid Overtime
Supreme Court: You Can't Fire an Employee for Orally Complaining About Not Being Paid Overtime

In a recent case, Kasten v. Saint-Gobain Performance Plastics Corp. , the United States Supreme Court held that an employee who orally complains about not being paid overtime is protected from retaliation by his employer. Prior to this case, it was unclear--from a national ...

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Blog posts in March, 2011

  • There Is a Wrong Way to Complain About Not Getting Paid Overtime

    Some employers have a policy or practice of not allowing employees to record overtime hours on their timesheet or timecard. These types of policies ...

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  • Mortgage Loan Officers Entitled to Minimum Wage and Overtime Pay

    Until recently, mortgage loan officers were not legally entitled to overtime pay because they were deemed to fall within the administrative exemption ...

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  • Class Certification Granted in St. Louis Overtime Case

    In an overtime case filed by St. Louis overtime lawyers in federal court in St. Louis, Missouri, against Enterprise Holdings (formerly known as ...

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