Federal and state laws prohibit employers from allowing employees to perform off-the-clock work without pay. Unfortunately many construction workers are not compensated for all work-related activities performed at the beginning and end of each workday.
All time performing work activities at the beginning or end of the day should generally be paid. Some examples of compensable activities performed at the beginning and end of the workday include:
If you are a construction worker and perform uncompensated tasks at the beginning or end of your workday you may have a claim for unpaid wages and overtime. Contact the attorneys at Habush Habush & Rottier S.C. ® for a free and confidential consultation. Click here to chat with one of our online representatives.