Legal Advice for Wage Laws — 23 results
Written by attorney Nicholas Woodfield, about 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 Tracey Martin-Henry, about 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 David Murray, about 4 years ago.
The duty to pay overtime wages is a duty imposed by the
state; it is not a matter left to the private discretion of the employer. (Lab.
Code, ? 1173; Monzon v. Schaefer Ambulance Service,... more
Written by attorney James Brown, about 4 years ago.
I file bankruptcy cases in both Missouri and Illinois. While there are some
similarities, a few things are different. One thing is the regulations
concerning wage garnishment. First of all,... more
Written by attorney Tyson B. Snow, over 2 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 David A Schuck, about 2 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 Jacob Iraj Kiani, over 1 year ago.
Subject to limited exceptions, all hourly employees in California must earn at least the minimum wage set forth in the applicable IWC Wage Order, as adjusted periodically by Minimum Wage... more
Written by attorney Fred Shahrooz-Scampato, over 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 Neil H. Smith, about 4 years ago.
Under Georgia Law and injured employee is entitled to two-thirds of the employee's average weekly wage, but not to exceed $ 500 per week. Therefore, if the doctor determines you cannot work,... more
Written by attorney Joseph Maus, over 4 years ago.
There are four types of wage benefits you can receive under the Florida workers compensation laws.The four types are: Temporary Total Disability (TTD), Temporary Partial Disability (TPD),... more