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Q: Can my employer make me work 45 hours a week and not pay overtime because they consider 1 hour of work a day paid lunch?

No real break is given. I clock in and work 9 hours and then clock out.

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answered on Feb 13, 2023

This will depend on your correct classification as an exempt or non-exempt employee. The business also must be covered as an employer under the FLSA which in some cases only require them to gross $500,000 in revenue per calendar year. If you are a non-exempt employee and you don't take a... View More

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