What can I do if my boss will not pay me my wages, and the company does not make enough money to be under the fair labor standards act?
General Practice Lawyer
Regardless of whether the employer is covered by the FLSA, it still has to pay you money you've earned.
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Employment / Labor Attorney
You should contact the Department of Labor's Wage and Hour Commission. The commission can start an investigation of why you have not been paid. The location you need to call is as follows:
Tampa District Office
US Dept. Of Labor
Wage & Hour Division
4200 W Cypress Street, Suite 444
Tampa, FL 33607
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