Overtime Law Summary for South Carolina
Below Is an Outline of Critical Components for South Carolina Overtime Law, specifically, the federal components.
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Note: New legislation, high court rulings (federal court decisions included), ballot initiatives, and other influences can change state laws. Please refer to a qualified attorney or complete your own research to verify the laws in your state to ensure accuracy.
South Carolina Overtime Laws Exceptions
South Carolina overtime law has two federal exceptions:
- Employees supervising more than one employee.
- Employees going about other occupations for more than 20 percent of their time at work
Other South Carolina Overtime Exemptions
Federal law exempts the following occupations from overtime:
- Sales employees
- Administrative employees
- Executive employees
- Professionals employees (highly specialized skills and knowledge who also receive a salary).
Where to Look for More Information
- Official State Codes
- South Carolina Employment Laws
- South Carolina State Laws
- State Overtime & Minimum Wage Laws
If You Have Been Denied Overtime, Seek Legal Advice Immediately
State and federal laws concerning overtime pay are complex and are subject to change. It always helps to have a professional there to help. If you feel that you or someone you care about has not been properly compensated, then please get in touch with the Lemberg Law legal team today. Complete our form for a FREE case evaluation, or call 855-301-2100 NOW. You may be entitled to compensation for damages, injuries, or lost wages for federal and state wage law violations.