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    i am new to oregon and i am working for a small, small company. on my pay ceck i was recived 99 hours of regular time, and no over time in the two week pay period. can some on e send me a link or a site to find this info. please.

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    I can give you a pointer to the federal overtime rules.

    Your state is not my state. I seem to remember that the OR DOL is called something like "BOLI". You could in theory file wage claims either with state DOL or federal DOL.

    Can I ask what the industry is and what your duties are? Sometimes there are industry specific exceptions to the overtime rules. Also sometimes there are duties specific exceptions to the overtime rules.
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      Overtime

      Here is the BOLI website to the wage and hour questions you are asking.
      http://www.oregon.gov/BOLI/TA/T_FAQ_Taovrtim.shtml

      Oregon law states that any hours worked over 40 hours in a work week must be paid at 1 1/2 times hourly wage. You will need to remember that these hours are worked (not including holidy, vacation, sick, or any other time off paid hours). also, what is the work week your employer uses for payroll this may be different than a mon - sun work week. And can affect the way the hours are calculated.
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      • #4
        But the answers to DAW's questions are critical, as there are exceptions.
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          David, your posts are being deleted. We do not allow advertisement of law firms & suggesting posters contact your firm for a consultation with a link to your website. Plus you are posting to old threads.
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