Jackson Lewis: Use of Fluctuating Workweek Method Upheld under Connecticut Wage and Hour Law

This Law Firm Publication by Jackson Lewis LLP discusses Roach v. Moran Foods, in which a Connecticut Superior Court ruled that Connecticut's wage and hour law permits employers to use the fluctuating workweek method when calculating employee overtime. In concluding that the method complies with state wage and hour law, the court noted that the Connecticut wage statute identifies a specific category of employees, delivery drivers, to whom the fluctuating workweek method does not apply, indicating that the legislature intended it to apply to other employees.

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