Wage and Hour

If your employer fails to properly compensate you for the work you performed, you may be able to seek assistance from an attorney that can make sure you get the amount you deserve.

There are many ways employers might try to deny you money you’re entitled to. Some of the more common ways employers violate wage and hour laws include failing to pay for the full number of hours worked (including work-related activities performed “off the clock”), failing to provide overtime pay for overtime hours worked, paying below the minimum wage, and misclassifying employees as independent contractors or overtime exempt. Employers have also been found to include non-tipped employees in tip pooling arrangements or to average overtime hours across two or more weeks, among other less conspicuous methods. If you feel you may be entitled to wages that you haven’t received, contact us today for a free consultation.