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Wage and hour law violations grounds for legal claims

Several federal laws are in place to protect workers from unjust wage practices in Texas and other states. The wage and hour laws were created to make sure that employees are not exploited by dishonest employers. However, spotting wage and hour law violations can sometimes be challenging. People who are concerned that their employees are not complying with these laws may want to consult attorneys to discuss their cases.

An example of a wage and hour law violation is if an employer asks an employee to work additional hours during a busy season without compensating the worker. Another example is if an employer decides to withhold a percentage of a worker's wages. In other cases, jobs are not classified properly so as to avoid having to pay employees overtime.

Lawyers who specialize in the area of wage and hour law violations can help many different types of employees, including an hourly wage earner or even an immigrant worker. Those who feel that their rights are being violated when it comes to their wages and hours worked would be wise to document all incidents and collect all hard evidence that can be found, such as time cards, emails and memos. Unfortunately, employers will attempt to justify their offenses or provide false information regarding what is deemed illegal.

Wage and hour regulations are very complex, and different nuances exist with the nonexempt and exempt classifications. Experienced employment law attorneys in Texas can help people determine whether they have solid claims. The attorneys' goals are to make sure that employees are being treated in a fair manner by employers and collect all compensation to which they are entitled.

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