Back to Basics: The nitty-gritty of the FLSA’s overtime requirements


Editor’s note: Katie Clarey is one year into covering HR and continues to educate herself and readers on the building blocks of the field with her series, Back to Basics. If you’re new to HR (or just need a little refresher), follow along as she speaks with experts and lays out the basics of federal employment law. She can be reached at [email protected]

Imagine a pet store fired one of its workers. The worker, whom we’ll call Rich, is upset — no more paycheck and no more playtime with the animals. He decides to sit down with an attorney, who probes him about how the pet store paid him. Rich made $11 an hour and generally worked 40 hours a week, although, now that he’s thinking about it, he pulled a couple 60 hour…


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