Orangetheory Fitness

Overtime Claims for Orangetheory Fitness Coaches in New York Area
Are you a fitness coach or instructor at Orangetheory in the New York area? Have you ever wondered if you're being compensated fairly for all the hours you work?

This investigation aims to explore potential overtime violations that may be affecting Orangetheory employees like you. From off-the-clock work to misclassification as independent contractors, many issues can result in not receiving the pay you're legally entitled to.





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Both federal and state laws require employers to pay non-exempt employees overtime pay for hours worked beyond 40 hours in a workweek. The rate must be at least one-and-a-half times the regular pay rate. However, not all employees are automatically eligible for overtime pay. The eligibility depends on several factors, including your employment contract, your duties, and your hourly status.

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