Don't These Recruiters Learn? Still Violating Federal Wage Laws

Subject: Don't These Recruiters Learn? Still Violating Federal Wage Laws
From: "William Sherman" <bsherman77 -at- embarqmail -dot- com>
To: <techwr-l -at- lists -dot- techwr-l -dot- com>
Date: Wed, 17 Apr 2013 17:01:34 -0400

I got another job email today. They put it in black and white about breaking the Federal wage laws on overtime.

This is Revi from the recruiting team of SGS. I came across your profile
online. Currently we are sourcing for a Mfg Documentation Specialist for one
of our Fortune 100 clients and felt that you would be a great fit for this
position. I am enclosing a synopsis of the opportunity for your perusal as
well as some background information about our organization. I would like to
discuss this opportunity with you in more detail. Please reply back to this
e-mail with the best contact # and time to reach you or feel free to call me
at my direct # given below.

Job id # JNJNJP00025006
Location : Jacksonville, FL 32256
Rate : $25/hr on W2 ($35/hr for Over Time)
Duration : 9 months + (extendable up to 2 years)

Technical Training and Documentation Specialist (Contractor)

$25 per hour is under the $27.63 hourly pay for computer employee exemption so it is still mandatory time and a half, which would be $37.50 an hour.

And here is a clue why.

Certified Minority & Small Business Enterprise
8(a)/SDB Certified by the SBA


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