The fluctuating workweek method of calculating overtime compensation, also known by the outdated name “Chinese overtime,” is a practice used by some employers to pay you less than they should. This method for computing overtime is only permitted in limited circumstances. Specifically, it is supposed to be used to determine the amount of bonus compensation for employees who have fixed weekly salaries but have hours that change from week to week.
"Overall this case has been a model of efficient federal litigation."
Hon. Stephen J. Murphy, III commenting on Class Counsel in Slavens v. Meritor Inc.
Over $1 Billion Recovered