Wage theft occurs frequently in the service installation industry and it can take many forms, including:
- Working more than 40 hours in a workweek, but not receiving overtime pay,
- Pay violations using the Fluctuating work week pay method,
- An employer shaving hours off your time sheet,
- Not being paid for working off-the-clock,
- Not being paid for working through lunch, or automatic lunch deductions even if you didn’t take a lunch,
- Being misclassified as an independent contractor.
Many employers save a lot of money (and rob you of your pay) by violating the wage laws.
If you would like more information on recovering your back wages, or if you are unsure if you have a wage claim contact our employment lawyers at 1-888-449-2068 to start a free, no obligation case review today. Our office works on a contingency fee basis, which means unless we obtain a successful recovery in your case you do not owe us anything.
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