Off-the-Clock Work

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Many employees work for their employers outside of just the normal hours for which they are typically paid. Working before shifts, after shifts, or bringing work home to be completed off the clock are all fairly common actions for employees in a wide range of different industries and positions.

However, many workers are not aware that they may be entitled to receive compensation for this extra effort. In fact, any employer aware of work activities performed off the clock by their employees is required to provide pay for these workers.

Legal Requirements For off-the-clock work

Whether required by the employer or not, the work that employees perform off the clock typically renders them eligible to receive financial compensation. Some common forms of this type of work include:

  • Cleaning work stations
  • Preparing tools
  • Attending meetings/conferences/etc.
  • Responding to company email

These and other important job tasks, when performed off the clock, may entitle an employee to receive additional pay.

How can Habush Help?

Habush Habush and Rottier will work with you to determine if your employer owes you compensation for your off-the-clock work. It can be confusing to determine if your off-the-clock work is entitled to compensation.

At Habush Habush and Rottier we will sit down with you, understand your situation, and help you understand the off-the-clock work laws in the state of Wisconsin. If you believe that your employer has not provided you with the pay you deserve for working off the clock, we can help you fight for the compensation you may deserve. Contact Attorneys Jason Knutson or Breanne Snapp at Habush Habush & Rottier S.C. ® today by calling 608-255-6663 to speak with an experienced member of our professional legal team and begin developing your case.