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QUESTIONS & ANSWERS FOR EMPLOYEES:If you work in New York, are you paid a Minimum Wage of $8.75 per hour?
If not, this is likely illegal and you may have a substantial claim.
Are you receiving Overtime?
Most employees are entitled to receive their regular hourly rate multiplied by 1.5 for each hour worked over 40 hours in a workweek. Many employees are not aware that claims for overtime can become substantial.
Is your employer failing to pay any portion of your wages?
If your employer is failing to pay you for all hours worked, this may be a basis for a substantial claim. You deserve a fair day's wage for a fair day's work.
Does the Law Protect Employees from Wage Theft?
The laws of New York State and the federal government protect employees from wage theft. Failure to pay legally sufficient wages, delayed or infrequent payment of wages, failure to pay overtime compensation, unlawful deductions from wages and tips, are some types of wage theft. It's important that the facts are evaluated by a professional to determine the viability of your case, so contact this law office as soon as possible to discuss your matter.