Sometimes managers have to be paid overtime, sometimes managers do not — it depends on the duties of the actual managers. The overtime wage law, which is called the Fair Labor Standards Act, has a provision for executive-level employees, which some managers fall within that requirement. That would include being paid on a salary basis and having primarily managerial duties over other employees. However, some employers have employees perform some managerial duties, but they’re primarily a worker, and therefore, they’re going to be subject to the overtime pay requirements of the Fair Labor Standards Act. It depends on the actual circumstances and duties of the employee.