Overtime Violations and the Fair Labor Standards Act

You don’t work for free. You shouldn’t have to hope your employer compensates you for all of the hours worked, you should expect it. That is the law. Unless you are exempt from the overtime requirement, there is no such thing as working “off the clock.” The Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) protects employees from unfair treatment in the workplace. Employees have rights under the law. Let us help you protect those rights. Call our firm today.

Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA)

overtime violations lawsuitThe Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) is a federal law that ensures employees get the minimum wages or overtime pay they are due. Even if an employer doesn’t intentionally violate the law, employees could still be due back pay. Employers can violate the FLSA by making employees work “off the clock,” not paying an employee for all of the hours worked (especially hours worked from home), or treating workers as exempt from the overtime requirement. There are also laws in place to protect employees who bring FLSA claims against their employer from retaliation. The FLSA is an extremely complex regulation. As such, there are exceptions and technicalities that can apply as each case is different in its own particular way. We can help determine whether or not your rights under the FLSA have been violated.


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Are You Eligible for an Overtime Violation Lawsuit?

The Feeney Law Firm is committed to seeking justice for those affected by corporate overtime violations. Fighting to keep people safe from corporate greed and self-interest is our passion. We are here to help make that process as simple as possible for you and your family. Call us now at 1-800-809-0911 for a FREE consultation. Don’t wait; your time to file a claim may be limited.