Newark, NJ asked in Employment Law for New Jersey

Q: I'm a chha. My hours are over 40 each week. I'm not paid over time. What are the rules?

I work for an agency in NJ. I don't work 40 hours for one client. Instead, there are 4 which add up to over 40 hours. Does time and a half still apply here?Supervisor only pays straight time.

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Andrew S. Abramson
Andrew S. Abramson
  • Blue Bell, PA
  • Licensed in New Jersey

A: If the "agency" is the employer that pays you and weekly hours add up to over 40, you may be entitled to overtime pay for each work hour over 40. More information is needed including a description of your duties in each position and your rate of pay. Please feel free to contact me directly to review all facts.

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