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I am employed at a salon that has 2 different locations under the same name in the city. I work fulltime but I work 4 days at one shop and 1 day at the other. Often times, stylists run over with their appointments and we get out of work 15-45 minutes late. I have looked at my paystubs and they clearly show that I work over time quite often. My boss does not pay me my overtime because he says it needs to be approved first but he also knows there is no way to tell if someone is running late etc. I also found out that even though the salon is the same name and owned by the same owners, they have 2 different banks for the 2 salons and run them under 2 separate companies therefore he is able to avoid paying overtime because of the fact I was not fulltime at either. I only filled out 1 w2.By the way I am not a stylist I am a receptionist who gets paid hourly. And I did work over 40 hours a lot of the times but the time was separated between the 2 salons.