Employers often take advantage of the many different aspects
of the Fair Labor Standards
Act relating to overtime wages.
Under the FLSA, employees have rights that an employer cannot take away.
Unfortunately, not all employers follow the FLSA.
The Rasansky Law Firm feels that employers, whether they
are violating the FLSA intentionally or unintentionally, should be held
responsible for not paying their employees the overtime wages they deserve.
The Rasansky Law Firm's experienced Overtime
Wage Recovery Lawyers will look into your situation and determine if there is any potential
wrong doing by your company.
our Unpaid Overtime Wage Recovery Lawyers today - even if you think
you don't qualify for overtime pay based on what you've heard or read,
there may be exceptions to your particular situation.
Although employees must generally be paid overtime for
hours worked over forty in a workweek, many employers will stop at nothing
to avoid complying with the law just so that profits may be increased.
Companies have become increasingly aggressive in their
efforts to cut costs at the expense of their employees.
Many companies make Common
Employer Mistakes in an effort
to avoid paying you the overtime pay you deserve. One of the most common
mistakes an employer intentionally makes in to misclassify
The Rasansky Law Firm believes this trend must stop and
that employers must be held accountable to the employees who have been cheated
out of wages they have earned.
your potential Unpaid Overtime Lawsuit Claim today.
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