Overtime Pay for Employees Working in the Technology Field
Chavez & Gertler represents technology workers who have allegedly been wrongfully denied overtime compensation. Under the Fair Labor Standards Act (“FLSA”) and various state laws only a narrow subset and small minority of technology workers (who make over $100,000 per year and are involved in software development or other independent creative work, such as coding or architecture design) are exempt from overtime regulations and may not be entitled to overtime. But the vast majority of technology workers, regardless of how they are labeled or paid (e.g., by salary or hourly) are entitled under state and federal law to overtime pay.
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