Oregon Hours Worked Page
What hours must my employer pay me (wages)?
All time spent by an non-exempt employee performing activities which are job-related is potentially hours worked. This includes the employee’s regular hours recorded on the time clock or time reports. It also may include “off the clock” time spent performing job-related activities (which benefit the employer). If an employer knows the employee is doing work (or could have found out by looking), and lets the employee do it, the employer likely will be responsible to pay wages for all hours worked.
With only a few exceptions, all time an employee is required to be at the premises of the employer is work time. This includes breaks and nonproductive time. For example a gas attendant waiting for cars to pull in must be paid wages for this time.
Wage Claim Attorneys
The Oregon wage claim attorneys (lawyers) at Schuck Law, LLC focus their law practice on wage claim lawsuits. Our Oregon wage claim attorneys regularly prosecute Oregon wage claim lawsuits for employees who were not paid all wages, or were not timely paid all their final wages at the end of their employment. In addition to the claims for damages outlined above, an employee may also sue to recover their costs, disbursements, and attorney fees incurred in prosecution of the wage claim lawsuit. This allows the Oregon wage claim attorneys at Schuck Law, LLC to take most wage claim lawsuits on a contingency fee basis. This means, with minor exceptions that are within your control, that our Oregon wage claim attorneys only get paid their attorney fees if they recover wages or penalties for you.
Wage Claim Attorneys.
The Oregon wage claim attorneys (lawyers) at Schuck Law, LLC prosecute Oregon unpaid wage, minimum wage, and overtime wage claim lawsuits throughout Oregon, including but not limited to, Portland, Astoria, Beaverton, Portland, Bend, Clackamas, Portland, Coos Bay, Grants Pass, Portland, Hillsboro, Hood River, Portland, Klamath Falls, Lincoln City, Madras, Portland, McMinnville, Medford, Portland, Sandy, St. Helens, and Tillamook.
GoogleBy David Schuck