I was discharged from my former employer in late January. I decided to be fair and send a demand letter for the unpaid wages, overtime and expenses. The total came to approx. $3711. I mentioned in my letter that I could go to the labor commissioner and there could be additional fees.
My former employer is HORRIBLE at keeping records. His lawyers letter is full of inaccuracies. Should I send all the documents that would explain otherwise? Or should I just go to the labor commissioner?
The letter states that I was never give permission to access company files from home, but over and over I communicated with my employer, while at home working. The letter also states that I was not allowed to take paperwork from the office. Again, I communicated via email, text message etc. I have proof!