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CASE ANALYSIS: Inside Sales Reps Sue for Wage Act Violations Phillips & Garcia sued for failure to pay overtime, premium pay for Sundays and holidays, incorrect meal breaks and unpaid monthly sales meetings.
100% Commission Only Employees Are Entitled To Get Overtime Inside sales employees paid on a 100% commission basis are entitled to be paid for overtime hours worked and premium pay for work on Sundays
Independent Contractor or Employee? Wrongly Classifying Employees As Independent Contractors Are you being paid as an independent contractor when you are really an employee? Massachusetts law presumes you are an employee, not an independent contractor.
Minimum Wage|Understanding Service Rate, Tips + Differential Although the hourly wage for servers/bartenders is different, tips plus the service wage must always add up to minimum wage for each hour worked.