An anonymous reader writes "Now that many workers are expected to be "always on," does that mean that checking your Blackberry counts as overtime? A lawsuit in Chicago is underway to answer that question. Of course, many salaried employees are considered "exempt," meaning they don't get overtime wages, but for non-exempt, hourly workers, when they're given a Blackberry and expected to check it during off-hours, where is the limit?" Link to Original Source
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