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If the OP is in the US, then the OP should look into the law and how it applies to them, and their job.

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This is only if you work 40 hours. If OP is part time, working a 15 hour shift won't get her over time if it changes her weekly hours from 25 to 30. OP doesn't work in a salaried job.

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The overtime laws vary greatly by state. I once worked on implementing a new payroll system at a large company and the pay rules for employees in California made me jealous. Especially when the project had me working insane amounts of overtime I did not get paid for in my state but would have under other state's laws.

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Well first off - it sounds like OP does not get paid PERIOD for over 10 hours, not that they don't get time and a half. And a Cashier can't be a salaried position, or EVERY store would do that in order to circumvent minimum wage laws. The employer in this case is clearly willfully breaking the law, and needs to be reported.

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I had a job that did that. Apparently it is not common though so when I asked my boss at this new job he looked at me funny.

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22 those laws do not go into effect until December and she should get the overtime because the relief was early not late and abandon the job. With what information is provided they qualifies.

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I looked up the national law. though idk if it is the one not in effect until December 22. But in any case, as you are a cashier and work non salary/part time, your employer is required to pay you for ALL hours worked. Overtime pay is also required of you work over 40 hours in a week, salaried or not. Overtime pay is more than typical pay. So in essence you are required to be paid..it just might be like working a double shift. You aren't working for free though. if that was your concern? Also so

That stinks ... they should be punishing the person that came late.. not the person that stayed to cover.

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It doesn't sound like the person that was late is ever coming back, so it's kind of hard to punish them. However it sounds like the employer is breaking the law anyway.

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The issue isn't "not paying at all." It's not paying overtime, which is legal under certain circumstances.

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You are so profound! That guy ditched me meaning I should ditch someone else to balance the universe! Dumbass.

You must work for Walmart they tried that with me and I said "overtime or I'm leaving" they can't force you to work a second shift.

Like other people have said, I'm pretty sure it's illegal to not pay you overtime if you're working a certain amount of hours. Also, I know it can be hard, but this is a situation where using the word "no," would be best. They already have you working long hours and ask you to stay even longer, without paying you properly, because they have an unreliable employee. They're pushing boundaries to see what they can get away with. If you let them treat you like this now, they won't stop, t

its only overtime if its more then 40 hours a week. so if OP is part time and would be less then 40 hours even with a long day. no overtime.

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Again, overtime isn't the same at each company. Three main options: 1. None (yes, it's legal and extremely common) 2. More than 40/week 3. More than 8/day

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I work "part time" and am frequently scheduled 35-40 hours a week. If op is the same adding those extra hours could easily put him into overtime

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Overtime is federally regulated, it doesn't matter what a companies rules are, they are still required to follow federal law or state law - whichever is stricter.

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