Wage & hour laws
Have you been paid less than the minimum wage or straight time instead of overtime (time and a half)?
If your answer is yes, you may have a legal claim. Wage and hour laws are complex, but they exist to protect employees from unfair pay..
At The Spencer Firm, we specialize in helping employees and workers who have been violated by their employers. We have a team of experienced wage and hour lawyers who can help you understand your rights and get the compensation you deserve.
Contact us today for a free wage and hour case evaluation. We’ll review your case and let you know what options you have.
- The average job tenure in the United States was 4.1 years in January 2023.
- The most common reasons for job separation were voluntary resignation (57.1%), layoff or other job elimination (22.7%), retirement (5.3%), and other reasons (14.9%).
- According to the Department of Labor, 2.3 million workers in the United States were paid less than the minimum wage or overtime pay in 2021.
What are wage and hour laws?
Wage and hour laws are a set of federal and state laws that regulate how employers must pay their employees. These laws cover a wide range of topics, including:
- Minimum wage
- Overtime pay
- Misclassification of non-exempt workers
- Unpaid work hours (not being paid for all hours worked)
- Recordkeeping requirements
How can we help?
If you believe that your employer has violated your wage and hour rights, we can help you. We can:
- Review your case and explain your rights
- Investigate the facts of your case and determine how much you may be owed
- Negotiate a settlement with your employer
- File a lawsuit on your behalf
We understand that standing up to your employer can be intimidating, but we’re here to help you every step of the way. We’re committed to fighting for the rights of employees and workers who have been mistreated.