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My employer is denying my overtime pay for the time traveled to and from a job site. He says that it states in the employee handbook that it will be paid regular time. I drove an hour from the office to a job, worked for 8 hours, and drove another hour back to the office. I charged 8 hours of regular time and 2 hours of overtime. It was denied and I was paid 10 hours of regular time. Can this be legal if it was put in the employee handbook?