I'm sorry; in reviewing your question I noticed my response re: overtime was omitted;
an employer must pay the employee for actual overtime worked at time and a half. They cannot request the employee to clock out as that is illegal and a violation of the Fair Labor Standards Act.
Compensable on call time is when the employer so restricts the employee that the employer is not free to engage in personal activities. Otherwise there is no requirement to compensate for on call time. If they must be physically on the premises, that typically requires compensation.
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