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Hilton Forced to Pay $715,507 in Minimum Wages and Overtime for Call Center Workers

Under Federal and state law, not only are you entitled to be paid minimum wage and overtime, but you are required to be paid for work performed prior to the start of your shift and for hour worked even if … Continue reading

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Espresso by Bikini Servers-Baristas Coffee Sued by Department of Labor for Overtime VIolations

Under Federal law and most state laws, if you work for an employer you are legally entitled to be paid minimum wage and be paid overtime wages for each hour worked over forty in a week.  A Seattle based Coffee … Continue reading

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Florida Restaurant Sued by Department of Labor For Forcing Return of Employee Paychecks

I have blogged on many occasions that employees are entitled to recover overtime for all hours worked over 40.  I have also frequently blogged about the frequent practice of employers improperly classifying employees as independent contractors.  However, this is a … Continue reading

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Judge Rules Walmart Followed Law in Termination of Brain Cancer Patient Using Medical Marijuana

There are now 14 states including the District of Columbia that have laws permitting medical use of marijuana.  So increasingly, Courts have been called upon to determine whether an employer may terminate an employee for medical use of marijuana.  Only … Continue reading

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Florida Unemployed May Lose Their Benefits

Florida residents who lose their jobs might see a dramatic reduction in their benefits. One bill now under consideration by the House Finance and Tax Committee would cut initial benefits for the unemployed from 26 to 20 weeks. It would deny … Continue reading

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