Changing Overtime Policy May Constitute Retaliation
Published: March 22, 2017
They say that everything is bigger in Texas. That now may be true for the risk that an employer’s change to its overtime policies will result in a claim filed by an employee alleging retaliation in violation of the Fair Labor Standards Act (“FLSA”). That increased risk stems from a ruling by the Texas Court of Appeals for the Fourteenth District in January 2017. In that case, Tooker v. Alief Independent School District, the appellate court ruled that a change in the employer’s stated overtime policy constituted a materially adverse employment action.
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