In an effort to cut payroll costs many companies today will name certain employees "assistant manager" or "supervisor" and pay them a set salary. However, due to the nature of the employees' work and the lack of true management authority, these employees are, in fact, legally entitled to the payment of overtime. Assistant managers or supervisors who don't have actual management authority such as hiring and firing fall into this category. EY attorneys are experienced at determining if employees are misclassified and being denied the payment of overtime. If you have questions about whether you are improperly classified, call EY today.