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Is Your Employer Asking You to Work Off the Clock?

Your employer violates federal and state wage laws by asking you to work off the clock. Taking calls or answering emails from home or outside of normal working hours while you are not clocked in is actually  working time for which your employer must pay you. (more…) Read More

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Can I Recover Unpaid Wages After I Quit My Job?

If you are trying to recover unpaid wages from a job you no longer have, you are still entitled to that money even if you have left that job before the employer pays you all wages you have earned. This is true even if you left the job on the… Read More

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5 Paycheck Laws Your Employer May Be Violating

Do you know your rights and the paycheck laws your employer may be violating? Many people don’t. Here are 5 paychecks laws!In fact, the reason that so many employers get away with it is that they know you don’t. (more…) Read More

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My Employer Won’t Pay Me for Overtime Worked. What Should I Do?

What happens when your employer won’t pay you for the overtime you worked? Unfortunately, this happens a lot. Because overtime pay is often separate from your regular wages, your employer may try to avoid paying you at all. (more…) Read More

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Not Being Paid as a Bank Employee? Follow these Steps

Employers must timely pay bank employees wages for all hours they work per week. However, banks often fail to legally pay all wages due. Employees must routinely sue banks for non-payment of wages. These lawsuits seek to recover unpaid overtime and minimum wages for off the clock work both before… Read More

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What to do When There’s No Paycheck on Payday

Some employers commonly provide employees with late paychecks. What are your options if your paycheck does not arrive on payday? Most companies will notify their employees if their paychecks will be late or short. But, what can you do if there is no paycheck without warning? People depend on their… Read More

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Unpaid Wages as an Exempt Employee

Working as an exempt employee means you are paid a straight wage usually a salary regardless of how many hours you work. However, the fact that your employer classifies you as an exempt employee and pays you a salary does not mean that the employer is paying you correctly. (more…) Read More

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What to Do When Your Employer Refuses to Pay Overtime and Benefits

Almost everyone encounters an employer who refuses to pay overtime and/or employee benefits earned through the employees’ hard work. Some employers may try to get away with not paying because they think they can. Other employers are repeat offenders. (more…) Read More