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Working off the clock no that is a direct violation of the Fair Labor Standards Act though there's a whole bunch of laws inside of the Fair Labor Standards Act that protect workers from being deprived of wages for overtime and then off the clock hours the workweek is a 40-hour workweek sometimes the job requires working more than 40 hours and the company can require you to work those hours they just have to pay you for doing that there's no laws in this country apart from very young workers that protect against having to work long hours the laws we have protect how you have to be paid for those hours so if you are a restaurant worker say a server in a restaurant and your employer asks you to work seven days a week there's nothing inherently wrong with that except that the employer would have to compensate you for time that would be over the minimum hours if you are employed in any capacity then you have to be paid not only your time that you've worked but also time and a half for any hours over 40 and that's true whether you're an hourly employee or a salaried employee unless your duties as a salaried employee make you accept which are very very far at for you between if you're not really managing people and you really don't have let's say the power to hire and fire and you don't have a lot of independent discretion then it may be that you're owed overtime so it's one of the most misclassified areas of one of the areas where most people don't understand because people believe that if they're salaried they're not entitled to overtime but that's simply not true other types of overtime cases you'll see is a company that decides you know what I really don't want to play employment taxes I don't want to pave Medicare and FICA and futa so I'm just gonna call this person an independent contractor but there are multiple ways for you to find out whether or not you're entitled to overtime compensation one of those is by communicating with your employers HR to find out whether or not they classify you as an example non-exempt employee so overtime claims can reach back two years three years if it's willful so if it's longer than two or three years you may not be able to recapture that but if it's within that time frame we may still be able to help you and not only can I lawyer help you with getting the hours that you're at paid but you're also going to be entitled for the company to pay your attorneys fees to do that as well as an additional amount for compensation for that my job as an attorney is to know the law and apply it to help fight injustice --is that happen against my clients not everything that is unfair or unjust is.


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I don't know.  But I have noticed that the android devices are really bad at this.  They do not focus on the whole body of the text when double tapping on the body of the text.  Instead, the user has to do it manually many times.  People at Apple work hard at this. The quality shows.  
How would you be there and support your best friend who has recently found out her granddaughter was born early @34 weeks via emergency C-Section and 16 hours later passed away?
Both of the answers below are very good. I would follow the lead given by Jacquie Smolak Stephens and follow the lead of your friend. Since you are her friend you have likely been to her house and know a bit about how she does things.Is she doing things that way now? Does she need help doing these things? She will not call you to say she doesn’t feel like doing anything and that she wants you to come over and do her laundry and clean her house!If you are a friend, you should be able to tell what she may not feel up to and you can casually say “Let me help you do such and such, come on we can talk while we work.” Only she will be doing most of the talking and you will be doing most of the work, letting her talk about anything she wants.Or• both of you can be doing the same thing for the daughter, if possible.
I'm in class 10. How should I prepare the novel, 'The Story Of My Life' to get at least 8 out of 10 in this section?
One fundamental lesson of life- Life is not about getting maximum marks. Life is about creating a positive impact. I cannot talk about what you did on your life but can give you a few pointers.Be as honest as possible. Do not hide any facts. Do not pass judgements on what others did.Start this way - Pre-school, Jr.Kg, Sr.Kg, STD.1 and so on.Events - Positive impact or negative. What happened and what could have happened. Your role in those events. How you could have handled it better. Lessons learnt. Did you repeat the behaviour in the next class. Did you seek advise. How much of that you could implement?Highlight the positive role I repeat only positive role of your teachers and parents. This is not hiding the facts but letting people know that you look at only the positive aspects.Talk about the naughty things you did and the impact it had on others. Your own takeaway as well.Talk about your friends, the trust you placed on them, how they turned out to be, your lessons learnt on how to choose your friends. Your perceived enemies if any and how you dealt with them.Last but not the least, talk about what your career aspirations are and what stream you are likely to take up and why. Credit all the teachers who inspired you to take the career call.Life has a lot of experience to offer. Be as brief as possible.
How much money do I need to make to get my parents off section 8 and food stamps and to make it out of low-income housing, that is, out of poverty?
It’s commendable that you want to help your parents out.The amount of money that you need to make depends on many things. What city do your parents live in? What is the cost of living there? What quality of life do you want to give them? Do you want to move them in with you? Would you buy their house for them or help with the down payment? Would it be a condo, townhome, detached home or would they be living in an apartment or rental house? Are both of your parents still working or would you be paying for everything? Do they have any savings, retirement, or social security money? Do you have siblings to help out? Do they have health issues that need assistance and medicine?Also, you need to think about your costs for housing, utilities, food, gas, car payments, car insurance, cell phone, health, savings, and incidentals.It’s hard to say without knowing more. Maybe try speaking with a local representative at the Department of Health and Human Services in your parents• town and they can walk you through services that your parents qualify for and maybe give you an approximation of costs.It’s possible that $2,500/mo could help in a small-medium sized town that’s not in the north with lots of snow (high utility bills) or that $6,000/mo may be necessary. It is all variable.
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