My employer is refusing to pay me overtime. Should I just quit my job?
It is understandable to be frustrated by an employer who refuses to follow federal law. While quitting may let you look for another job, there is no guarantee that another job is waiting. Rather than create a financial issue by quitting your job, talk to an attorney. You could be entitled to unpaid overtime, damages, and legal fees. The Fair Standards Labor Act (FLSA) also prohibits retaliation against employees who made a complaint about not being paid minimum wage or overtime. Don’t quit your job until you get a chance to talk to lawyer who handles overtime and minimum wage cases.
If you believe your employer owes you overtime or minimum wage, call an experienced attorney at Millar & Mixon, LLC. The attorneys at Millar & Mixon LLC have won more than $60 million in verdicts and settlements.