Florida Overtime Law Section Added as Employee Rights Resource on OvertimeAdvocate.com

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  • Fort Lauderdale, FL (1888PressRelease) April 17, 2011 - OvertimeAdvocate.com is pleased to offer a new Florida Overtime Law page for individuals who are interested in researching their rights to overtime pay under the laws of one or more states, in addition to the rights they may have under the federal law, the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA). Workers who believe that they are being unfairly denied overtime wages can use this resource to learn more about the regulations in their state and determine if their employer is violating the law. A Free Consultation with an overtime lawyer is also available on the site for those who wish to pursue an overtime lawsuit.

    According to a federal law known as the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA), non-exempt employees are entitled to overtime pay of time and a half for all hours worked over 40 in a single workweek. However, some states have their own laws and regulations regarding minimum wage, overtime pay, employer record keeping, meal and rest breaks, and other labor issues. OvertimeAdvocate.com's State Overtime Law pages include information on wage and hour laws in all 50 states.

    Workers who believe that their employers have denied them the overtime pay they deserve may be entitled to participate in an overtime lawsuit and recover unpaid wages and other damages. Visit OvertimeAdvocate.com and complete the Contact Us form to get connected to an unpaid overtime lawyer who can evaluate your claim and determine if your rights have been violated.

    About OvertimeAdvocate.com and Overtime Lawyer Andrew Frisch

    OvertimeAdvocate.com was established by Overtime Lawyer, Andrew Frisch, to provide legal help and information for workers who have wrongly been denied overtime compensation. Comprehensive resources for workers are available on this site, including informational articles, answers to FAQ, and an overview of state overtime laws. Workers who have been denied overtime pay can get the legal help they need today by visiting OvertimeAdvocate.com and completing the Contact Us form, or calling us toll-free at (888)OVERTIME [888-683-7846].

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