My hourly wage changed from $11 to $10 and my former employer refused to compensate. I would like to talk to a Wage an Hour Attorney to see if I have a case.
Health Care Lawyer
I think you are going to have to provide a bit more infromation, Did your employer give a reason? Did he or she discuss it with you? Was it related to a restructuring? Were you a member of a union? How long ago was it? Did you have a contract?
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Employment / Labor Attorney
More information is defintely needed. To locate an appropriate attorney near you to discuss details, you can contact the Florida Bar and ask for their Lawyer Referral Service.
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