How many hours of overtime is Mike entitled to under federal law?

Mike worked for the Auto Store selling auto parts and products and servicing cars that came in for Show more Mike worked for the Auto Store selling auto parts and products and servicing cars that came in for new tires oil changes and other light maintenance work. His employment is not governed by either an individual employment contract or union-management collective bargaining contracts. Mikes workweek runs from Sunday through Saturday. On Sunday Mike worked 10 hours because there were many people who were getting their cars worked on during the weekend. On Monday and Tuesday he worked 8 hours each day. On Thursday business was light and his boss let Mike off after only four hours of work. Mike took his full day off on Friday and worked another 10 hour day on Saturday. How many hours of overtime is Mike entitled to under federal law? a. Mike is entitled to forty hours of straight time and to no overtime. b. Mike is entitled to 36 hours of straight time and four hours of overtime for the hours worked in excess of eight hours a day on Sunday and the following Saturday. c. Mike is entitled to 40 hours of straight time and that includes the unworked four hours on Thursday paid at the straight time rate because Mike did complete at least half the day. He is also entitled to four hours of overtime for the hours worked in excess of eight hours a day on Sunday and the following Saturday. d. Mike is entitled to 32 hours of straight time and 8 hours of overtime. The overtime is calculated as follows: 2 hours each (4 total) for hours worked in excess of 8 hours on Sunday and Saturday; plus 4 hours overtime for working on Thursday. Mike is entitled to two full days off during the week and because he only got Friday off he gets call-back overtime for the hours worked on the day in which he worked the least which was Thursday. Show less

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