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    im sorry to bug you on yet anouther Sarlary question. I have a friend that is a assitant manager. He is schedual to work 45 hours a week but is forced to work 55+ an week. here with the hours that he works he makes as much as a starting crew. he was promised many things like comp. time time for his 6 day and that he moved out here from Vegas to work. Both of which he has yet to collect on. Both though sadly are verbal agreements but, is there any thing that can be done? thank you for your time

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    I'm assuming your friend is an exempt employee (sounds like it from your post). Verbal agreements aren't normally enforceable. As an exempt employee, he can be required to work as many hrs. as his employer requires him to with no additional pay over his regular weekly salary. (unless he has a bona fide employment contract or CBA to the contrary both of which it seems he doesn't)
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      He may be exempt or he may not be. What exactly are his job duties and what type of business is this? The second question may some DOL opinion letters and perhaps case law, involved.
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