Overtime

Americans work more hours a year than any country but the Japanese. But the workload in the United States is rising while Japan's is falling.
The standard work week appears to be reversing a decades-old trend and is now increasing past 40 hours. In "Overtime" WKSU's Mark Urycki looks at people working over forty hours and not getting paid for it.
Related Links
Ohio Employment Lawyers Association -- The OELA is an association of attorneys who dedicate a significant portion of their employment practices to employee rights, such as discrimination, sexual harassment and wrongful discharge.

DOL.gov -- United States Department of Labor web site.

OPM.gov -- U.S. Office of Personnel Management - an overview of the Fair Labor Standards Act.

Ohio Employment Law -- Ohio Attorney General and Ohio Employment Law web page.

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