Employers may violate the FLSA by failing to pay their employees for the total hours they have worked. This may include failing to pay for time such as:

a. time spent cleaning equipment or putting on a uniform before work begins;
b. break time;
c. travel time;
d. time you worked late without being asked to do so;
e. work at home;

The materials found on this website are intended to inform the public, but they are not a substitute for an attorney’s advice about your specific situation. To learn how you are personally affected by the minimum wage and overtime rules, please fill out the online questionnaire by clicking here questionnaire or call: (713) 223-8855.

And many more. To learn more about the time for which you should be getting credit, please view Are you being paid  for all hours worked?.