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What Should You Do When You are Not Being Paid the Wages You are Legally Entitled To?

You should take action when your employer is not paying you the wages you have legally earned. The law mandates that employers pay all wages due to employees; employers act illegally when they take steps that result in unpaid wages. Rowdy Meeks Legal Group LLC wants to show you what… Read More

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How You Can Collect Your Unpaid Overtime Wages

Rowdy Meeks Legal Group LLC wants to empower you with the necessary information to collect your unpaid overtime wages. All hourly workers, that are non-exempt from the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA), must receive overtime pay according to the law. If you’re missing sizable chunks of your paycheck, please continue… Read More

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What is Severance Pay and How Does it Work?

So, what is severance pay? Severance pay refers to the compensation an employee (typically an executive) receives upon departure from the company. Employees receive severance pay in one of two ways: An employment contract that requires severance pay A company policy of paying severance pay. Let’s discuss how severance pay… Read More

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What are the Penalties for Employers Who Do Not Pay Wages Earned?

You should never forget that there are significant penalties for employers who do not pay wages that their employees legally earn. Employees are not always familiar with the penalties that they may recover when they win an unpaid wage case. Rowdy Meeks Legal Group LLC wants to make you aware… Read More

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Steps to Take to Pursue Unpaid Wages

We would like to provide you with a basic guide on how to pursue unpaid wages including overtime. This is such an important topic, especially as American employees find themselves trying to stretch every dollar while working multiple jobs. These days, nobody can afford to lose their rightfully-earned money. You’ll… Read More

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Common Issues with Salaried Employees and Overtime Pay

What are the most common legal issues involving salaried employees and overtime pay? You may know that most salaried workers do not receive overtime premiums for working beyond 40 hours a week. There are, however, certain scenarios where employers misclassify their employees as not eligible for overtime pay, which violates… Read More

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What to Do if You’ve Been Wrongfully Fired

It’s important to know the steps you can take to gain recourse whenever you believe your employer has wrongfully terminated your employment. Alas, many American workers fail to recognize their rights as employees, and don’t seek justice after unfairly being fired. Don’t let that happen to you. Rowdy Meeks Legal… Read More

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Are Employees Always Entitled to Overtime Pay?

There are many situations where employers might commit mistakes or even intentionally try to deny overtime pay. This is against the law because employees must receive overtime premiums whenever their weekly work hours necessitate it. There are exceptions to overtime eligibility (exemptions to the Fair Labor Standards Act, “FLSA”) which… Read More