Help Wanted: Trucking pay, religious time off
DEAR CARRIE: My son works for a moving company. It maintains that it doesn't have to pay him overtime when he drives out of state once a month, no matter how many extra hours he works. Is that legal? -- Rules of Road?
DEAR RULES: The company can legally forgo paying your son overtime if three criteria are met, according to Irv Miljoner, who heads the Long Island office of the U.S. Labor Department.