Am I A Manager?
Wage and hour disputes often arise when employees believe they have been misclassified as “exempt” employees. It can be complicated to determine which employees should be characterized as “managers” and exempt from overtime and those who are simply employees. Many employees perform managerial tasks and many managers perform the daily tasks as other employees.
Exempt employees vs. nonexempt employees: If you spend half of your workday doing the same types of tasks as regular “employees” or those who should be your subordinates, you are likely entitled to overtime.
Because this determination is often fact-specific, it is important to meet with lawyers who will take the time to closely evaluate your situation. At English Lloyd & Armenta, we work closely with you to review your work tasks and determine if you should be paid overtime.
We are not a mill practice. Instead, we take the time to get to know our clients. Our attorneys are dedicated to you and your case.