UNPAID WAGE & OVERTIME LAWYER

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  • Your employer will not pay you overtime for the overtime hours you've worked
  • You are required to complete work-related tasks "off the clock"
  • You are not being paid for time spent on mandatory activities such as training
  • You frequently complete work-related tasks while on your breaks
  • Your employer refuses to pay overtime because they did not authorize the additional hours
  • Your employer is averaging your hours over two work weeks to avoid paying overtime
  • Your employer purposefully miscalculates your hours to avoid paying overtime
  • You are misclassified as an exempt employee

If you answered YES to any of the above...

You may have an unpaid wage or unpaid overtime claim.  This means you may be able to file a claim to seek the compensation you should have been paid. If you'd like to discuss your situation, contact our unpaid overtime lawyers to setup a free consultation.

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  • Panera Employees File Class-Action Lawsuit

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  • Workers Award $3 Million in Roanoke Overtime Lawsuit

    Restaurant owners in Roanoke have been ordered to pay $3 million to workers they allegedly cheated out of overtime pay and tips. The three owners oversaw six Mexican restaurants and 149 past and present employees. Workers say during the period between 2012 and 2015, servers were paid only in tips and not compensated for overtime Continue Reading →

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