Yes! You should visit the Attorney General's Wage and Hour Division and file a Complaint. If you prevail in a Wage action, you will be awarded your attorneys fees and three times the amount you have been underpaid. Do not hesitate to contact my office if I can be of any assistance in the preparation and filing of a claim.Ask a similar question
It depends on the nature of your employment relationship. So long as you are paid minimum wage and overtime (where applicable) and your contract for employment or collective bargaining agreement do not differ, you are not entitled to two paychecks for the same hours. I'd suggest you review the situation with an attorney.
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