Employed Nys, westchester county roofing company that is incorporated. A previous question about being entitled to overtime pay (time and one half) regardless of being payed on or off the books has been answered. Company I work for has about 10 employees or more including myself. Most of the employees/workers have not been and are currently NOT being payed overtime hours. They, including myself average about 50 hours and sometimes more a week. (Mon-Sat) Other employees told me that they do not get overtime pay, time and one half (after 40 hours) . Most or some of the other employers either A) Are not legal residents B) Have not been paid and are not being payed overtime pay, even after years of working for company. With above stated, are they entitled overtime pay?Ok, so even if being payed CASH OFF THE BOOKS and some employees are NOT LEGAL RESIDENTS, WITHOUT WORKING PAPERS..(Still entitled to overtime pay that employees have not been recieving in the past how many years..?) Also, if we do not keep the time sheets that our employer removes weekly so he can tally up each workers hours and pays every Saturday. Our work week is Thurs-Wed. To my knowledge, some employees/workers recieve ie: 40 hours in check at whatever hourly rate they recieve. And the additional let's say 10+ overtime hours seperately in cash. (But NOT in overtime pay as in time and one half) Is this illegal on the employer, owner of roofing company? Also, the ones that recieve full cash pay ONLY recieve same hourly pay even if worked 50 hours or anything over 40 hours at whatever normal hourly pay. Our employee, workers labor, overtime rights have been and being violated?