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My job wants me to sign a document
saying I understand that I will not be
paid overtime for my courier job. They
site the motor vehicle carrier law as
justification to not pay overtime, even
though all my work is as a local
courier. think FedEx or UPS will
signing such a document forfeit my
rights to sue for overtime at a later
date as i think their interpretation of
that law is rather loose.
Asked on June 29, 2018 under Employment Labor Law, Missouri
SJZ, Member, New York Bar / FreeAdvice Contributing Attorney
Answered 4 years ago | Contributor
It is not legal. The law is very clear: an employee may NOT give up his or her rights to overtime. Your right to overtime is determiend by law, not by any agreement with or policy of your employer. The agreement they want you to sign is illegal.
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