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Vermont state overtime laws mandate that non-exempt employees must be paid at a rate of 1.5 times their regular hourly rate (“time-and-a-half”) for every hour that exceeds a 40-hour work week. This means that, since Vermont minimum hourly wage is $8.60, the minimum hourly wage for overtime hours in Vermont is $12.90. It is unfortunately common for Vermont employers to take advantage of the complexity of state overtime laws by illegally denying their workers overtime pay they have earned. The national overtime lawyers at Phillips Dayes Law Firm have provided this overview of Vermont overtime laws to help these employees understand and protect their rights.

Vermont State Overtime Exemptions

Vermont state overtime laws are closely based on the FLSA, the national body of laws in place to protect American workers’ rights. Under these laws, the following types of employees are exempt from overtime pay in Vermont:

  • Professional
  • Administrative
  • Executive

Other types of employees who may not be entitled to overtime pay under Vermont laws include:

  • Outside sales professionals
  • People who live and work at the same address
  • Some agriculture and farm workers
  • Transportation workers
  • Independent contractors

Vermont Overtime Lawsuit Consultations

If you believe you may have been illegally denied overtime pay you earned while working in Vermont, you may be able to collect back pay for up to two years prior to the date on which you file an overtime pay lawsuit claim. For a evaluation of your case and to learn more about your rights, contact Phillips Dayes Law Firm

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