Innkeepers Entitled To Minimum Wages and Overtime.
Innkeepers and hotel managers who live on the property they manage are frequently paid below the minimum wage and denied overtime pay. A hotel owner, however, cannot escape the overtime and minimum wage laws just because lodging is provided to an employee.
For example, hotel owners frequently charge hotel resident managers the retail value of the room rather than its reasonable cost of the room. The reasonable cost can be no more than the actual cost of the lodging provided.
Don’t get overworked and underpaid by your hotel or inn! If you have questions, call Bober & Bober, P.A. today at (800) 995-9243 for a free consultation. Since 2002, attorneys Peter and Samara Bober have assisted employees in recovering their unpaid wages. No fees or costs unless we recover money.
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