The most common allegations concerning overtime and wages are a failure of compensation for overtime, failure to pay wages, or unexplained deductions from the employees pay check.
Clue Law will closely review the specifics of your case and evaluate its strength and weaknesses. Through the evaluation process, we can determine the best way to handle your situation. Not only is Clue Law on your side; federal and state law is supporting you too. Many laws, including the Fair Labor Standards Act, protect workers from unwarranted payroll deductions, a lack of compensation, and a lack of compensation for overtime. The Fair Labor Standards Act also addresses the minimum wage, and recording keeping, as well as other issues within federal, state, and local governments concerning pay and compensation.
Oklahoma state law is also on your side. According to the Oklahoma Minimum Wage Act, employers must pay employees a minimum hourly wage of $7.25. The Minimum Wage Act also forces employers to pay 1.5 times the normal hourly rate for overtime, and non-exempt employees must be paid at least twice a month.
Honest work deserves honest pay; if you believe you have not been paid the wages you are entitled to, or if your employer refuses to give reason to any deductions on your paycheck, contact cLue Law to get back the wages you worked for.