Living on low wages is a struggle millions of Americans contend with. The possibility of going to school, supporting a family, or pursuing your dreams gets narrower when every paycheck goes straight to rent, utilities, …
Licensed practical nurses across the country are responsible for taking care of your health, so don’t they deserve fair and just compensation? Every nurse, regardless of their official title, is valuable. Yet some of them are cheated out of overtime pay by hospitals, physicians, or nursing homes. These violations of the Fair Labor Standard Act (FLSA) will not go unnoticed by us.
Call centers have changed the way the American public communicates with various industries since the 1960s. Large corporations rely on call centers to handle orders, customer service, product and technical support, and almost anything that can be done over the phone.
Yet, with these practices in place to help the company increase revenue, the success has had little impact on call centers. The very workers who make it possible are often cheated out appropriate wages, overtime, and/or subject to other Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) violations.
Some fast-food companies are able to cheat employees out of pay, this is one of the ways they are able to rake in millions of dollars every year. Many overtime lawsuits and high-value settlements over the years have indicated that wage and hour violations are rampant within the fast food industry.
The lawsuit alleges AAY Security LLC, violated the law when they required their employees to work off-the-clock. The unpaid overtime lawsuit further alleges AAY Security LLC, shorted their employees earned pay by improperly calculating their employees’ overtime premium rates.
Are you working more than 40 hours per week and not being paid overtime? Has your employer violated the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) and unfairly withheld the money you and your family deserve? If so, we can help. Learn more about unpaid overtime lawsuits from the lawyers at Johnson // Becker, PLLC.
The majority of Americans rely on supervisors or their employers to accurately account for their time spent working. We entrust these calculations to employers and expect to be paid what we’re working. However, the very reason for the Fair Labor Standards Act is to ensure this actually happens. Learn more about the most common wage an hour violations that questionable employers use to take money out of their employees pockets.
Do you feel that your employer has violated the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA)? In the United States, most employers are required to comply with federal and state laws that mandate fair compensation. Learn more about the FLSA and see if you qualify to file a FLSA lawsuit.
The lawsuit alleges Vital Recovery Services, LLC and Vital Solutions Inc. violated the law when they required their employees to work off-the-clock. The lawsuit further alleges Vital Recovery Services, LLC and Vital Solutions Inc. shorted their employees earned pay by improperly calculating their employees’ overtime premium rates.