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Posts tagged "WAGES & HOURS"

SALARIOS MAL PAGADOS: ¡NO TE ENOJES, VENGARSE!

El robo de salarios es una forma de intimidación financiera, donde los empleadores sin escrúpulos que se preocupan más por sus carteras que sus trabajadores doblan la ley hasta que se rompe. Lo terrible es que este tipo de conducta ilegal rompe las espaldas de los trabajadores de Nueva York y las mujeres que luchan para poner un techo sobre sus cabezas y comida en la mesa.

Darren Rumack Admitted to Washington D.C. Bar

We are very proud to announce that Darren Rumack has been admitted to the Washington, D.C. bar. Darren has had great success representing our clients who have been victimized by unscrupulous employers who commit wage theft and other illegal workplace abuses. He has secured justice for our clients who have been paid less than the legal minimum wage, who have been cheated out of their overtime pay and proper lunch and dinner breaks, and whose employers have refused to pay them their earned wages.

NO MORE WAGE THEFT AT BRONX DINER!

Darren Rumack, who is in charge of our Wage & Hours Department, has successfully settled the cases of two kitchen assistants from a diner in the Bronx. Their boss paid them in cash, refusing to pay a legal wage, forcing them to work overtime, then refusing to pay them their legal overtime wages.  

CONSTRUCTION JOBS ARE UP, BUT WAGES ARE NOT

NYC Construction Employment Rose 4.5 Percent in 2014, While Wages Remained Flat

WAGE THEFT PROTECTION FOR WORKERS

One way that many employers are guilty of wage theft is in the use of fluctuating, or changing, work weeks in an illegal manner to cheat their employees out of their legal wages.  Darren Rumack, who is in charge of Wages & Hour cases at the Klein Law Group, has written a guide for when the fluctuating work week is legal and when it is not legal and constitutes wage theft.

UNPAID INTERNS and LABOR LAWS

Unpaid internships, long a staple of the American workplace, are coming under increasing legal scrutiny. A recent spate of collective and class actions alleging violations of the Fair Labor Standards Act ("FLSA") and corresponding state labor laws have been filed by former interns, claiming they should have been paid the minimum wage and overtime for their hours worked for the employer.

STRENGTH AND SOLIDARITY FOR CAR WASH WORKERS

I was thrilled to read in the Daily News that car wash workers will finally benefit from the strength and solidarity offered by union membership.  We applaud these hard-working men and women for their courage in standing up to threats and pressure, and joining together to fight as one for decent working conditions. 

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