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I am not being paid right

I am working in a company that has the ratings of an intermediate worker. I am working hard to have a good reputation, my boss lets us do overtime so that we can finish the tasks that are assigned. In our contract, it is written that every time we are working overtime, we are being paid for those times, they even told us about that in the orientation that we went to before we are officially working.

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    There are people who are working hard to finish the work that have been assigned to them. Some people ask if what is requirement pay for overtime workers and is it legal. Yes it is legal to work overtime but must pay the right amount to them. An employee can only work up to 72 overtime hours in a month. For overtime work, your employer must pay you at least 1.5 times the hourly basic rate of pay.

    2020.03.24 15:44

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