No, unless it is a stated company policy.
Only if your employer has a policy or practice of paying for unused vacation time.
The law does not require your employer to offer holiday pay, but many employers provide this as a benefit for their employees.
State law says that overtime is due once an employee has worked 46 hours within a week. Federal law says that overtime is due once an employee has worked 40 hours within a week.
The determining factors involve the amount of annual revenue and interstate commerce of a business.
Contact Federal Wage and Hour at (913) 551-5721 to inquire if federal laws apply to your business.
It depends on whether or not they are classified as exempt. If they are salaried but not exempt, they are still entitled to overtime. Whether or not a person is exempt depends on what kind of work they do. The information provided by the U.S. Department of Labor explains this in more detail.
Under federal law, overtime is due once an employee has worked 40 hours within a week unless the employee has a written contract that specifies something different.
Yes, if the employer has authorized you to work or accepts the benefit of your work.
Contact Federal Wage and Hour at (913) 551-5721 to inquire. You may also visit their website at www.dol.gov.
Laws enforced by the Office of Employment Standards.
Disclaimer: The Kansas Wage Laws listed on this website are summarized. Varying factors may affect applicability of laws. Therefore, feel free to contact us regarding any issues of concern.