Free Report: Exotic Dancers' Rights to Fair Pay Under the Law
As an exotic dancer you may be told by your boss that since you make so much money in tips you are not entitled to receive an hourly wage or overtime pay if you work more than 40 hours a week. It is illegal for employers to misinform their staff about wage laws, and unfortunately this happens to dancers nationwide. This robs you of hundreds or even thousands of dollars a year.
Do you have to pay fees just to work, or split your tips with other employees?
Many dancers are frequently forced by club owners to pay a nightly fee to work, to split tips with the DJ or house mom, or to give a portion of their income to the bussers or employees. This is also a sign of tip law violations. Many clubs also classify dancers as independent contractors, which saves employers lots of money, but hurts the employee every year.
Order our free report to learn your rights.
Many dance clubs violate the minimum wage and overtime laws, but employees have no idea that they are protected under federal laws and as a result end up losing hundreds or even thousands of dollars a year in lost wages. Order this free report to learn how exotic dancers are successfully recovering their back wages and overtime pay through the court system across the country.