Miami Based Firm Helping Recover Unpaid Wages
It happens, being a team player is required. Putting that extra time in helps the company & your co-workers.
Maybe, you’ve been promised a raise after, but it’s long overdue or told money is tight, yet your workload hasn’t decreased, and your pay isn’t scaling with minimum wage.
In either case, at some point, enough is enough.
Don’t lose sight of what’s essential. You deserve fair pay for honest work.
It doesn’t matter how or when this started. The longer you go unpaid, the harder it is to say something, and the easier it is to let things slide, only adding to your stress.
Please don’t wait until your stress boils over, and don’t do it alone.
Find an attorney who knows the law & who are willing to fight for your rights.
It’s an uphill hike navigating the law and learning what your rights are. Instead, seek someone who knows the law, has extensive experience practicing in the courtroom, and takes that knowledge to help you get what you’re owed.
The attorneys at BT Law Group have extensive experience advising clients on, auditing and litigating claims involving:
- Overtime pay
- Hours worked
- Vacation pay
- Exempt versus non-exempt employees
- Independent contractors versus employees
- Interns versus employees
- Working “off-the-clock.”
- Severance pay
- “On-call” and “resting” time
- Tip credit and tip pooling
- Meal breaks
- Rest Periods for Lactation Accommodation
- Unapproved overtime
- Expense reimbursements
- Payroll deductions
- Preparing and enforcing wage and hour policies
Additionally, the attorneys at BT Law Group regularly perform audits of employer pay and timekeeping practices.
They have also successfully represented employers in governmental agency investigations, including before the U.S. Department of Labor and Florida Department of Revenue.
Don’t go it yourself, and don’t shop around for bargain attorneys either. You’re losing valuable time the longer you wait. Which only lays on more stress and anxiety, and ever-decreasing options.
Save yourself this unnecessary stress. Contact an experienced wage and hour attorney at BT Law Group today!
Knowledge is power. Learn which laws protect your rights as an employee in Florida.
Wage and hour laws govern the wages an employer must pay its employees and the hours for which an employer must compensate its employees.
The most well-known wage and hour laws are minimum wage laws and overtime laws. Other wage and hour laws include child labor laws.
In Florida, employees and employers are subject to federal law (for example, the Fair Labor Standards Act), Florida law (for example, the Florida Minimum Wage Act, which can be found at Fla. Stat. § 448.110), and local ordinances (for example, the Miami-Dade County Wage Theft Ordinance which can be found at Chapter 22 of the Miami-Dade County Code).