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    My daughter just started to work the front desk at a hotel. She was asked to work over 50 hours next week. When she asked if it would be overtime they said 'no' overtime pay. She is not salary and only getting paid $7.00 hr. Is this legal in Texas for hotel chains to not pay their employees overtime?

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    If a non-exempt employee (seems so) & the FLSA applies (most likely), she should get paid overtime for all hrs. worked in excess of 40 in one week.

    I would have her contact the Texas Workforce Commission.
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      Of course, until it actually happens (she works over 40 hours and she isn't paid overtime pay), there isn't a violation.
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      • #4
        Just to be sure -- are all 50 hours in one work week? The work week and calendar week are not necessarily the same.
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