Working Solutions NYC is a team of top-rated employment attorneys in New York and New Jersey. The law firm is announcing new, timely content on issues concerning unpaid wages under New York, New Jersey, and Federal law.
NEW YORK, NY, October 01, 2023 /24-7PressRelease/ — Working Solutions NYC, a team of top-rated employment attorneys working on severance, FMLA, and unpaid wages issues in New York and New Jersey at https://www.workingsolutionsnyc.com/, is proud to announce new content on timely issues concerning “unpaid wages” and “overtime” issues. The law firm has an established reputation as one of the top employment law firms in New York and New Jersey.
“That employees deserve to be paid what is owed to them should be a no brainer,” explained Chris Q. Davis, managing partner at the law firm. “However, even in this day and age, unscrupulous employers take advantage of workers through illegal non-payment of owed wages and overtime under New York, New Jersey, and/or Federal law.”
Interested persons can access the newly updated content as follows. at https://www.workingsolutionsnyc.com/blog/new-york-states-weekly-pay-requirement-for-retail-workers-what-workers-need-to-know. That post explains that New York State’s labor code mandates that certain retail employees, classified as “manual workers,” be paid weekly rather than the more common biweekly schedule. Although this weekly pay regulation has existed for over a century, only recently can workers litigate against employers for timely wage law infringements. This has led to increased legal actions, where even if wages are eventually paid, employers could be accountable for added costs like attorney fees. A second post at https://www.workingsolutionsnyc.com/blog/not-earning-a-tipped-minimum-wage-in-your-restaurant-contact-working-solutions-today explains that workers who earn tips are subject to “tipped” minimum wage laws; employees who believe that they may be experience unfair wage practices are encouraged to contact the law firm for a free consultation. And a third post at https://www.workingsolutionsnyc.com/blog/have-you-been-misclassified-by-your-employer-contact-working-solutions-today explains some of the issues regarding the “classification” or “misclassification” of employees as contractors, in violation of law.
THE COMPLEXITY OF UNPAID WAGES AND OVERTIME
Here is background on this release. Many hourly wage workers in New York City may not be fully aware of the complexities surrounding their rights to minimum wage, overtime pay, and other wage-related benefits. The intricacies of labor laws can often be overwhelming and challenging to understand, particularly for those who aren’t familiar with legal jargon. While the Internet provides a wealth of information, it’s not always tailored to individual circumstances and may not be updated with the latest legal changes. Therefore, rather than solely relying on online sources, it’s advisable for workers to reach out to an employment lawyer in New York City for a free consultation.
ABOUT WORKING SOLUTIONS LAW FIRM
Working Solutions Law Firm has offices in New York (New York City) and New Jersey that is committed to serving the possible needs of clients who are seeking an attorney. This includes but is not limited to claims of discrimination, retaliation, FMLA violations, wrongful termination, benefits & vacation pay, FLSA violations such as unpaid & overtime wages, severance agreements, and sexual harassment. For employers, the law firm handles issues such as litigation defense, handbook & contract drafting, compliance & HR advisory services, small business services, and startup services. Persons who may have employment law issues are encouraged to reach out to the law firm for a confidential, no obligation consultation.
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