Legal Advice for Minimum Wage — 37 results
Written by attorney William Parsons, almost 2 years ago.
Time is not on your side in FLSA cases. Unlike most class cases, where the statute of limitations is tolled for the class upon filing, in FLSA collective actions the clock continues to run... more
Written by attorney David Zoeller, over 3 years ago.
State vs. Federal Law
The Federal Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) sets a floor for the minimum wage and overtime requirements that just about every employer has to meet. Sates can elect... more
Written by attorney Archibald Thomas, almost 5 years ago.
Executive Exemption To qualify for the executive employee exemption, all of the following tests must be met:
The employee must be compensated on a salary basis (as defined in the... more
Written by attorney David Murray, about 4 years ago.
Do I File My I-751 . . . When The Marriage Has Broken Down, But is Not Yet Terminated?
A Conditional Permanent Resident (CPR) is one who
has obtained his or her status through marriage... more
Written by attorney David A Schuck, over 2 years ago.
On January 1, 2012, the Oregon minimum wage rate increased to $8.80 per hour. (Oregon Minimum Wage Page) If your hourly rate of pay after January 1, 2012 was less than $8.80 per hour, you... more
Written by attorney David A Schuck, almost 5 years ago.
Discusses changes to Oregon's minimum wage, and claims that can be made when minimum wage is not paid in Oregon.
Written by attorney David A Schuck, over 3 years ago.
Starting January 1, 2011, the Oregon minimum wage rate will increase to $8.50 per hour. If your hourly rate of pay after January 1, 2011 is less than $8.50 per hour, you likely have a... more
Written by attorney John Ely Stobart, almost 4 years ago.
Apartment Complex owners are required by the California Code of Regulations to have a "resident apartment manager" or some otherresponsible person, to reside upon the premises and manage... more
Written by attorney Rodney Mesriani, over 3 years ago.
One of the perks of working in California is the higher minimum wage compared to other states, especially those that follow the federal Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) imposed rate.
Written by attorney Naresh M Gehi, over 2 years ago.
Wages for H-1B workers:
Prevailing wages is the average wages paid to similar employees in a certain occupation. However, wages differ from geographic location. Employers are required by... more