When Construction Workers Are Underpaid Or Made To Work Long Hours Unfairly
Wage and hour violations in the construction industry are not uncommon. Under the federal Fair Labor Standards Act, as well as New York labor laws, employers must provide construction workers with overtime pay, rest breaks and other benefits. When the rights of construction employees are trampled on, our attorneys at The Klein Law Group, P.C., aggressively pursue wage and hour claims for those employed in the industry.
Whether you work in new construction, reconstruction or remodeling of buildings, in road work, painting, or another construction-related job, you have rights. Speak to our knowledgeable attorneys as soon as possible if you believe your employer has cheated you out of wages or other benefits.
New York Construction Industry Fair Play Act
All construction employees, contractors and subcontractors are protected from wage and hour mistreatment by the New York Construction Industry Fair Play Act. The act states that employers in the construction industry cannot consider workers as independent contractors unless they meet certain criteria.
If your employer has misclassified you as an independent contractor to avoid paying you overtime, our lawyers can help you pursue a wage and hour claim and fight for compensation.
Initial Consultations About Wage And Hour Disputes Are Free
If you are currently or were formerly employed in the construction industry and believe you could have a wage and hour claim, reach out to us by email or call our law office at 917-639-5350. Our NYC wage and hour attorneys offer free initial consultations and we collect no fees unless we are successful in obtaining compensation on your behalf.
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