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Clue #1: You’re an hourly employee who often has to work through lunch, but your employer automatically deducts half-hour “Meal Breaks” from your time, Federal law: the Fair Labor Standards Act, requires that you be paid at least minimum wage (or overtime) for all working time. If your employer knows or should have known that you did not take a half-hour meal break, it breaks the law in deducting that time if the deduction means that your average pat was less than the minimum wage when your pay rate for that week, dividing total pay by hours actually worked, is less than the minimum wage; or if you worked more than 40 hours that week, because the deduction means that you did not get time and a half for all hours worked over 40. State law: Many States have wage payment laws requiring employers to pay the agreed hourly rate…
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