Knowledgeable Advocacy In Wage And Hour Disputes
Most people assume an employer has their best interests in mind. Unfortunately, some employers undercompensate employees in favor of a profit. If you are not being paid the proper amount of wages or not being paid in a timely manner, it is important to contact a lawyer right away. Get started with a skilled employment law attorney as early as possible because wage and hour disputes often require careful analysis of time sheets, pay stubs and company policies.
Additionally, you need an attorney on your side who has the experience to fully investigate important details. Our firm has successfully handled several employee wage issues, and our attorneys are prepared to represent clients facing such legal matters, including:
- Employee misclassification
- Overtime disputes
- Unpaid wages
- Violation of minimum wage regulations
- Failure to provide adequate breaks
You Are Protected From Unfair Pay Practices
You may feel intimidated by an employer, but you are protected under the law. Unfair pay practices are illegal under the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) and other wage laws. If your employer is enforcing an unfair tip-sharing policy or deductions from your paycheck, or has not paid you for hours worked, then you may be entitled to wage compensation.
Our attorneys understand the frustration that results when employees do not receive the payment they are entitled to. We will fight aggressively to hold your employer accountable for these errors and work tirelessly to ensure that you recover the appropriate pay.
Contact An Attorney To Learn More
The lawyers at Formisano & Company have a complete understanding of the intricacies of the FLSA and other wage laws. We will answer your questions regarding overtime pay, holiday pay and the failure to pay minimum wages or provide other employment benefits. Schedule a consultation at our office in Cranston, Rhode Island, by filling out our contact form or calling 401-400-4402.