Many cleaning and maintenance companies will not pay its employees for time spent traveling from one job to another. Additionally, these employers may also pay its employees on a “per job” basis, or a lump sum for a location to be cleaned. In many instances, these employers do not compute over-time premium pay for these employees.

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