Spread of Hours Claims, New York

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Vincent White, from White, Ricotta & Marks, P.C. discusses what spread of hours means to workers in the restaurant and bar service industry. Mr. White explains that a spread of hours is if you work a double shift of ten hours or more you are entitled to an extra hour of pay at minimum wage. Many employees as well as many employers are not aware of this law. This can cause years of accumulated back pay owed to you. If you feel you have such a claim you should reach out to an experienced like Mr. White or any well rated employment attorney on AVVO.com.

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