Legal Advice for Minimum Wage — 37 results
Written by attorney Nicholas Woodfield, almost 6 years ago. STAFF PICK
The Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) is the federal law that establishes minimum wage and overtime standards to protect employees in private and public sectors. This guide covers the... more
Written by attorney Jennifer Tennant, almost 4 years ago. STAFF PICK
Under the federal FLSA, employees must be paid minimum wage, employees are eligible for overtime pay, and other labor regulations apply. However, there is an exemption from overtime laws... more
Written by attorney Randy T. Enochs, about 1 year ago.
Earlier this evening I came across a 'picture' discussing servers and the minimum wage with a goal of making patrons feel guilty if they are bad tippers--if they tip at all--but the picture... more
Written by attorney David A Schuck, 8 months ago.
Oregon will raise the minimum wage from $8.95 per hour to $9.10 per hour starting January 1, 2014. If you are paid less than $9.10 per hour after January 1, 2014, you could be due... more
Written by attorney David A Schuck, over 1 year ago.
On January 1, 2013, the Oregon minimum wage rate increased to $8.95 per hour. If your hourly rate of pay after January 1, 2013 is/was less than $8.95 per hour, you likely have a minimum... more
Written by attorney Emanuel Shirazi, 4 months ago.
Cheerleaders File Wage & Hour Class Action Against NFL’s Raiders Cheerleaders File Wage & Hour Class Action Against NFL’s Raiders Can you believe the NFL’s Oakland Raiders pay their... more
Written by attorney Patrick Phillips, 9 months ago.
On September 25th 2013, the State Legislature passed a bill into law that will raise minimum wage for all non-exempt California employees. The new law, codified at Labor Code 1182.12,... more
Written by attorney Fred Shahrooz-Scampato, about 1 year ago.
The following is an FAQ that I put together regarding NJ wage law. I would ask that you please share it with all of your friends and ask them to share it with their friends. The best way to... more
Written by attorney Scott M. Behren, over 1 year ago.
Finally, in Miami-Dade and Broward County, wage theft has been deemed to be illegal. Imagine that? Now when an employee does work for an employer, they actually have to be paid for it. In... more
Written by attorney William Parsons, about 2 years ago.
Can your employer ask you to give up your right to bring a claim for wages with other employees? The answer is no, according to the federal court in Madison. InHerrington v. Waterstone... more