Filing a Wage and Hour Violation Case in Texas
Were Your Rights Violated By Your Employer? Call Us For Help
In the U.S., the federal government has enacted several laws that protect employees from unfair wage practices, including overtime violations and improper classification of employees. One such law is the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA), which regulates overtime compensation for non-exempt employees. Because salaries and wages are a significant expense, some employers will look for a way to avoid paying their workers the wages they are due. Fortunately, this is what the FLSA aims to prevent.
How Waltman & Grisham Attorneys At Law Can Help
At Waltman & Grishamwe represent employees who have fallen prey to illegal wage and hour practices. If you have reason to believe that your rights were violated, you can turn to our Texas employment law attorneys for the aggressive legal advocacy you deserve.
We handle all types of wage and hour violation lawsuits, including:
- Failure to pay overtime wages to non-exempt employees
- Failure to abide by state / federal minimum wage laws
- Misclassification of employees, resulting in unfair pay
- Failure to allow for legally mandated breaks and meal periods
- Failure to pay earned wages, including sales commissions
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Wage and hour laws are extremely complex, on both a state and federal level. The nature of your work, your duties and responsibilities, and the level of your pay can all have an effect on your rights, which is why it would be beneficial to discuss your case with a Texas employment lawyer at Waltman & Grisham. With more than 30 years of experience, we can guide you through the intricacies involved in your case.
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