Know your rights about your pay. Many employers try to save money by denying their employees their full wages and making them work through their statutory rest and meal periods. Just because you are paid a monthly salary does not mean you are not entitled to overtime pay, shift premiums, meal periods and rest periods.
Often times, employers misclassify employees as independent contractors, denying them of many wages and employee benefits, including overtime pay.
Contact Susan G. Bluer, of Bluer & Bluer, LLP to find out if you may be owed overtime wages equal to one and a half, or even double, your hourly wage.
Susan Bluer, Esq.
Get Your Full Wages and Waiting Penalties Before it is Too Late
Both federal and state laws require employees to take action within certain time limits, called statutes of limitations. If you take legal action on time, you may be able to recover unpaid wages, overtime, missed meal period and rest period penalties equal to one hour of your regular wage, pre-judgment interest, and other penalties.
Bluer & Bluer, LLP, has expertise in the following wage claims:
Misclassification of non-exempt employees
Misclassification of independent contractors
Missed Meal and Rest Periods
Over 25 Years of Service
Personal Attention On Every Case
Protecting Your Rights
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