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In California, do I have to be paid for all the time I spend at work?

A: If you are an employee in California, you are entitled to be paid in full, and on time, for all the work you do and all the time that you …

Answered by Donn Taketa, 5 months ago

Can I bring a wage & hour class action in New Jersey?

In many cases, large numbers of workers in similar roles are denied proper wages by their employer. Class actions allow groups of workers with …

Answered by Kevin M. Costello, 2 years ago

Can I sue my employer for unpaid wages in South Carolina?

In short, yes, you can sue for any earned wages that your employer has not yet paid you. South Carolina state law prohibits employers from …

Answered by Christy Ford Allen, 4 years ago

Does an employer in Texas have to pay overtime?

Generally, employers in Texas must pay their employees overtime compensation for any hours worked beyond forty (40) hours in a workweek. However, …

Answered by Mark S. Siurek, 4 years ago

Am I entitled to receive tips in New York?

Many occupations receive tips/gratuities as part of their compensation, especially food service workers in restaurants, night clubs, and catering …

Answered by Joseph A. Fitapelli, 4 years ago

Am I entitled to overtime pay in New York?

An employer covered by Fair Labor Standards Act (“FLSA”) and the New York Labor Law (“NYLL”) must pay their eligible …

Answered by Joseph A. Fitapelli, 4 years ago

“Am I entitled to overtime pay when I’m paid a salary in New York?”

Frequently, salaried employees are misclassified as exempt from the overtime provisions of the Fair Labor Standards Act (“FLSA”) and the …

Answered by Joseph A. Fitapelli, 4 years ago

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