Recent National And Local Headlines About Wage And Hour Law
It can seem very confusing when you realize your employer is unlawfully withholding money from you, but these news stories from around the nation will help you realize you are not alone.
New FLSA overtime rules will extend overtime protections to 4.2 million American workers, including Indiana and North Carolina employees.
Cable installers and satellite installers must be paid for all hours worked. Technicians cannot be required to work off the clock or shave hours on time sheets.
Employers that require employees to participate in tip-pools violate the FLSA if nontipped employees share in tips.
Most workers in the United States should be classified as employees and not independent contractors. The U.S. Department of Labor supports this position.
Pregnancy discrimination is illegal under Federal and Indiana employment laws.
The U.S. Department of Labor’s new regulations for home health care workers have been delayed. The new law required overtime pay for two million employees.
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The lawsuit alleges gender-based pay discrimination, including claims of discriminatory acts in promotions and work assignments against pregnant women and mothers.
Supreme Court rules employees not entitled to overtime compensation for time spent in forced security screenings.
Chipotle employees in Colorado and Minnesota have sued for unpaid overtime. If you have worked off the clock, contact The Law Office of Robert J. Hunt, LLC.