It is illegal for your employer to not pay you wages for all hours you have worked. However, your employer may refuse to pay you for all of your work time. Your employer may still refuse to pay you even if you file a complaint with your employer or the Department of Labor.
It can also get very complicated. Your supervisor may pressure you not to say anything about working without pay because your supervisor does not want to look bad. You should consult a lawyer if your employer is not paying you for all work you perform
Why Consult a Lawyer for Unpaid Wages?
A lawyer can help you sort out whether your employer is legally paying you. There are areas in which things get very complicated with unpaid wages. A lawyer can also guide you through what options are available for you.
One item that may interest an employment lawyer is if your employer is also not paying other employees all of the wages they earn. Typically, an employer who is not paying you is also not paying other employees. This is a key fact that you can share with an employment lawyer.
Rowdy Meeks Legal Group LLC
Rowdy Meeks Legal Group LLC has a proven record for taking on employers of all sizes. We have filed wage cases against some of the largest companies in the United States. We have the experience, resources, and track record to help you get the pay you earn.
Contact Rowdy Meeks Legal Group LLC today for a free case evaluation. Get the peace of mind you need, along with some great advice from people who know and understand employment law. Often, we will want to review your paychecks, and any employment contract, emails, or offer letter you have for your job. You though do not need any of these to file a case.
Call or email us today with any questions and concerns you might have. We are in the business of winning.