Two Important Differences in Pennsylvania Law for Overtime Claims

Overtime in the United States is governed by one major federal law, the Fair Labor Standards Act ("FLSA") and by various state laws, such as Pennsylvania's Minimum Wage Act ("PMWA"). These laws dictate who is entitled to overtime and who is not. Generally, the FLSA controls, and the PMWA in most significant respect mirrors the FLSA. However, there are at least two different areas where the PMWA grants greater rights to employees where overtime is concerned then does its federal counterpart, FLSA. The two areas in question relate to Outside Sales Persons and Computer Professionals (just click links to find out more). John A. Gallagher, Esquire, Philadelphia Area Overtime Lawyer Gallagher Law Group, PC Paoli, Pa (Main Office) Other Locations: Plymouth Meeting, Exton, Radnor, Philadelphia 866-719-5614 E-Mail Questions or Comments to : jag@johnagallagher.com

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