BANKS AND FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS
Learn more about how this industry may be breaking wage and hour laws as well as what positions may be affected. As a worker at a bank or financial institution you may be owed overtime or commissions.
CALL CENTER EMPLOYEES
Workers at call centers may be getting denied pay for all their hours worked as well as overtime pay at time and a half their regular hourly rate. Read on to see what positions may be affected.
CASUAL DINING/CHAIN RESTAURANTS
Unfortunately casual dining restaurants are notorious for violating wage and hour laws. Read more to find out which positions are usually affected and what restaurant operators may be wrongfully doing that keep you from earning your pay.
Independent contractors are often not paid properly due to being classified incorrectly as exempt from overtime. Read on to see what kind of positions are commonly misclassified as independent contractor and owed wages.
OIL AND GAS INDUSTRY
The energy sector has a long standing history of paying its workers per diem, day rates or set salaries when in fact they may be owed overtime pay. Click here to learn which positions may frequently be paid incorrectly under the law.
Retail stores throughout the nation may be compensating its employees incorrectly. This industry has been known to avoid paying overtime to some of its workers. Read on to see which positions have been identified as possibly being denied overtime pay.
Employees in the trucking industry driving certain kinds of trucks may be owed overtime wages when working over 40 hours per week. Click here for more information.