Many Workers are not aware of the various federal and state laws that protect their rights. Regardless of an agreement with an Employer, or what an Employer may have told an Employee, these rights are protected by labor laws and cannot be waived or signed
These rights include:
The right to be paid a minimum wage for ALL hours worked
The right to be paid overtime when earned
The right to be accurately classified by their Employer
The right to pursue a claim if eligible and any money is owed to them
W.A.G.E. has created a network of Attorneys who handle wage and hourly claims and have paid to advertise their services to you. Request a free, no obligation consultation to help you determine if you have cause to seek compensation or unpaid wages.
An employer may owe an employee wages after failing to supply the worker their normal paycheck (either the paycheck is not the correct amount or the employee simply never got paid on their normal payday) or failing to properly compensate the worker for any overtime hours he or she may have worked.
If you have repeatedly requested your unpaid and deserved wages from your employer and they are giving you the runaround but have yet to comply, it may be necessary to take legal action. When requesting your unpaid wages from an employer, it is also important to learn how to calculate overtime pay so you know exactly how much is owed to you.
W.A.G.E. has created a network of Attorneys who handle wage and hourly claims and advertise their services to Workers who request a free, no obligation consultation to help them determine if they have cause to seek compensation from their Employer.
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