Tag: Payment Disputes

  • What is the Difference Between Short-Term Disability and FMLA?

    What is the Difference Between Short-Term Disability and FMLA?

    Americans have issues taking days off. In fact, studies show that less than half of workers end up using all their paid vacation time. That’s why it’s surprising that a company might try to keep an employee from unpaid leave – especially when they may be allowed certain absences by law. What’s more, similar to…

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  • Statute of Limitations for Unpaid Wages

    Statute of Limitations for Unpaid Wages

    Have you wondered if you can sue a former employer for slander? We discuss the answer, the legal implications, and how to get connected with an attorney.

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  • My Employer Didn’t Pay Me – What Can I Do?

    My Employer Didn’t Pay Me – What Can I Do?

    Are you stuck wondering “My Employer didn’t pay me. What can I do?” This article answers common payment questions and details when to find an attorney.

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  • What Is Your Unpaid Wage Claim in Florida Worth?

    What Is Your Unpaid Wage Claim in Florida Worth?

    Are you looking to file an unpaid wages claim in Florida? This article discusses what an unpaid wages claim is and how to proceed with the process.

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  • What Is Wage Theft in Florida?

    What Is Wage Theft in Florida?

    Have you found yourself in a situation where you’re wondering what wage theft is? This article discusses wage theft law and finding an attorney.

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  • Wage Theft in Pinellas County: How to Protect Your Rights

    Wage Theft in Pinellas County: How to Protect Your Rights

    Employees have the right to get paid what they are lawfully owed. If you believe you may have been the victim of wage theft in Pinellas County, all is not lost. You can take action to protect your rights and pursue what you are owed. Laws are on the books that protect workers from wage…

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  • What Is the Fair Labor Standards Act – and Why Should I Care?

    What Is the Fair Labor Standards Act – and Why Should I Care?

    The Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) is a federal law that establishes minimum wage, overtime pay, recordkeeping, and more to protect employee rights. If you believe you’re not being paid fair wages or have not received the compensation you are owed, discover how this law protects you and what you should do if your rights…

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  • Filing a Discrimination Lawsuit Against Your Employer: What You Need to Know

    Filing a Discrimination Lawsuit Against Your Employer: What You Need to Know

    If you have been a victim of workplace discrimination, you may have grounds to file a lawsuit against your employer. Workers are protected by the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC), which enforces laws that ensure fair treatment in the workplace. However, filing a discrimination lawsuit can be tricky. You need an attorney with experience in…

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  • Pay Discrimination in the Workplace: Am I Protected?

    Pay Discrimination in the Workplace: Am I Protected?

    Pay discrimination in the workplace affects the lives and livelihoods of employees every day. It occurs when someone performs similar work to another employee but does not receive equal pay. It is not uncommon — and it is often unlawful. Unfortunately, employers across varying industries engage in wage discrimination in the workplace anyway, disregarding state…

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  • How Does Severance Pay Work in Florida?

    How Does Severance Pay Work in Florida?

    Have you been permanently laid off or terminated from your job, or do you think it will happen in the near future? If so, you probably have multiple questions, such as: “Will I receive severance pay?” “How does severance pay work?” “When is severance paid out?” “How much severance should I expect to get?” When…

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