My question involves employment and labor law for the state of: Georgia


My fiance is a part-time manager at a movie theater in Georgia. One of her job duties is to preview movies a few days before the movie is released to make sure there are no problems with the movies. Up until a few months ago she has always been paid to watch any of these movies, because she is in fact working. Recently they changed their policy and now they force her to watch these movies off the clock and give her a movie ticket for her time. Is there anything she can do about this? Sometimes she is required to watch several movies in a month (even if it accounts for 10 hours, it is a 1/2 of a week she should be paid for I think)

Thanks in advance!



- Joe