Workers in the
War on Wage Theft
Federal law requires that employees who not are exempt from the law are paid overtime for all time worked over forty hours per week. In addition, many state laws provide that non-exempt employees must be paid for every hour that they work. Employers often violate these laws by having their employees working off-the-clock and only paying them for time that is recorded on-the-clock.
Nowhere is the phrase “Time is Money” more true than in the American workplace. It is also true that “Stealing Time is Stealing Money.” When employers steal time from their workers through any of these off-the-clock scams, they should not be permitted to get away with it.
Here are some of the most common off-the-clock scams:
If you think that you have been the victim of an off-the-clock scam and were not paid for all hours that you worked, contact the Marlborough Law Firm for a free consultation.