The Fair Labor Standards Act and the North Carolina Wage and Hour Act set minimum standards for employee compensation as well as guidelines for overtime pay when employees work more than 40 hours a week. If you feel like your rights have been violated or an employee is accusing you of breaking wage and hour laws, it is in your interest to discuss your situation with an experienced employment lawyer.
Resolving Wage And Hour Disputes In Charlotte, North Carolina
At Maloney Law & Associates, PLLC, we work closely with employees, employers, and the Department of Labor to resolve wage and hour disputes efficiently and effectively. You can trust us to find solutions that make sense for you and meet your specific needs. With more than 20 years of employment law experience, we know what it takes to win. Whether it's assisting you to calculate and collect overtime pay or helping you correctly classify your employees as exempt or non-exempt, Maloney Law & Associates, PLLC, can help with a range of wage and hour issues.
Put an end to your wage and hour problems. Call our Charlotte law firm today at 704-323-8961 to discuss your legal options with a knowledgeable North Carolina wage and hour lawyer today.
Is The Violation Willful?
In business and in life, mistakes happen. Many employers who violate wage and hour laws do so because they misunderstand the regulations or otherwise make an honest mistake. There can be employee misclassifications. However, if a violation is willful, a three-year "look back" can occur to find other violations, possibly resulting in the employee receiving double compensation for lost wages and attorneys' fees.
Helping You Make Sense Of Wage And Hour Laws
Running a business can be stressful and sometimes critical elements can be overlooked. Don't let wage and hour compliance be one of them. From making sure employees have lunch breaks to making sure eligible employees receive overtime pay, we can help you stay in compliance so you can keep your focus on running your business. We offer a variety of services for employers, including:
- Determining overtime eligibility
- Proper employee classification
- Writing vacation policies
- Crafting policies on incentive compensation
Don't Take Wage And Hour Laws Lightly
To discuss your wage and hour issues with an experienced Gastonia unpaid overtime attorney, contact our office at 704-323-8961 or toll free at 888-321-1955 today.