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is this legal what my work id doing for on call hours/pay?

1 Answers. Asked on Aug 23rd, 2016 on Employment Contracts - Ohio
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So, I'm a nurse and at my work they have recently changed way they are doing on call and paying for it. Previously we were getting paid 2hours before the shift started till 2 hours after, now we are not it just when the shift starts to 2hours after. So example being shifts starts at 11, i use to get paid 9 to 1. Now its just 11-1. So my question is since I am no longer being paid 9-11 am i required to respond to calls from work during that time now that am i no longer being paid?
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Answered on Aug 25th, 2016 at 8:03 AM

There is not a simple way to answer this questions without speaking in greater depth about this. You should speak with an Ohio employment attorney who handles wage and hour issues.


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