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Legal Advice for Employment Wages
I am paid two different hourly wages depending on which hours of the day I work, but the specifics are left unspecified. Legal?
Asked in Seattle, WA -
June 12, 2014 13:47
California law to claim the Unauthorized deductions on the Final paycheck . Would like to know the process for filing the claim
Asked in Sunnyvale, CA -
June 03, 2014 07:30
Wage and Hour Laws
Written by attorney Nicholas Woodfield
September 24, 2008 15:20
Can an employer deduct a half day pay if a salaried employee and I goes home sick early? How about requiring an unpaid day off?
Asked in San Diego, CA -
December 17, 2013 17:21
According to my W2 I am paid under minimum wage. I am not a tipped employee.
Asked in Mount Pleasant, MI -
February 22, 2014 17:47
Can we as a company correct a mistake of overpaying employees if it has been going on for two years?
Asked in Denver, CO -
October 24, 2013 20:44
Job refuses to pay me half my paycheck because "I can't prove I got paid under minimum wage" even though I have my paycheck?
Asked in Boise, ID -
February 21, 2014 11:28
Overtime Exemptions Under the FLSA
Written by attorney Jennifer Tennant
September 07, 2010 09:39
Is it legal in the state of California to hire a non-union actor and pay nothing or less than min. wage?
Asked in Santa Clarita, CA -
May 21, 2014 09:56
In CA how long after Termination of Employment can a wage claim be filed?
Asked in Redwood City, CA -
January 22, 2014 04:48
Can my employer change my pay rate without giving me notice?
Asked in Baytown, TX -
November 10, 2013 22:03
Where do I stand with unpaid wages?? Can I sue or only recourse is labor and industrial relations?
Asked in Torrance, CA -
January 23, 2014 16:41
My employer said to me "your pay increase" . what does it mean? does it mean i got wage raise ?
Asked in Nashville, TN -
January 12, 2014 05:45
Can we file for wage reclamation while waiting for nlrb ruling?
Asked in Lemont, IL -
June 04, 2014 09:23
If defendant claims overtime was paid while under oath and later wins summary judgement on exemption is that Promissory estoppel
Asked in Riverside, CA -
June 16, 2014 06:04