Legal Advice for Employment Wages — 46 results
Written by attorney Joseph Maus, over 4 years ago. STAFF PICK
Everyone is trying to stretch their money during these uncertain economic times, including employers. In fact, some employers will go out of their way to try to get around the overtime wage... more
Written by attorney Tracey Martin-Henry, over 3 years ago.
Whether you hire your own employees or independent contractors, you need to have an understanding of federal and state labor laws covering everything from benefits and wages to... more
Written by attorney Michael Gruhin, 10 months ago.
What does it take to obtain wage loss compensation in an Ohio Workers' Compensation Claim? How do you figure if you are suffering a wage loss? Take your Average Weekly Wage as set by the... more
Written by attorney Joseph Rose, over 1 year ago.
This guide will help you understand your legal rights as a California employee regarding unpaid wages, unauthorized payroll deductions, itemized wage statements, frequency of wage payments,... more
Written by attorney Robert Wisniewski, over 1 year ago.
In Arizona workers compensation claims, the average monthly wage of the inured worker is based on the earnings for thirty (30) days prior to the injury. However, a number of factors... more
Written by attorney Tyson B. Snow, almost 3 years ago.
Utah's legislature has defined how employers and employees are to handle wages upon separation. Note the differences between an involuntary / lay-off and a voluntary termination.... more
Written by attorney Robert Wisniewski, almost 2 years ago.
Lost wages for workers compensation are based on the average monthly wage of the injured worker. The employers insurance carrier calculates the average monthly wage of the claimant and then... more
Written by attorney Jacob Iraj Kiani, almost 2 years ago.
Advice from the DLSE courtesy of the California Labor Commissioner:
An employee or former employee may file anINDIVIDUALwage claim to recover . . .
Unpaid wages, including overtime,... more
Written by attorney David A Schuck, 8 months ago.
Oregon wage and hour law limits what an employer may deduct from its employee's wages. Where wrongful deductions occur, the employee likely is due damages, and potential penalties because... more
Written by attorney David Perecman, almost 3 years ago.
Three recent New York lawsuits by unpaid interns for unpaid wages raise the question, Exactly what are the laws that govern intern payment, or nonpayment?
The United States Department of... more