Most workers are entitled to overtime
In most jobs, if you work more than 40 hours per week, you should get time and a half. There are lots of confusing exclusions and exceptions. But if you work more than 40 hours and don't get overtime (even if you are salaried or called an independent contractor), you may be entitled to back pay and statutory damages. You should contact an attorney regarding your individual situation.
Payment for all hours worked
Managers love to shave a few minutes here or there from employee time. Maybe they don't pay for time between jobs, or they stop the time clock at lunch but make you answer phone calls. Maybe you have to finish up after five but the clock stops no matter what. Call to see if this entitles you to back pay and statutory damages.