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JUSTICIA PARA VÍCTIMA DE ROBO DE SALARIO EN NUESTRO DEPARTAMENTO DE SALARIO Y HORAS MAL PAGADO

John Mendoza* trabajó como detallista de automóviles en un taller en Queens. Aunque su jefe lo hizo trabajar seis días a la semana - y John era un trabajador excelente y diligente - el jefe de John le pagó con un salario por hora plana . Cuando John trabajó horas extras, su jefe negó pagarle a las horas extra legales. John no quería demandar a su jefe por su pago de horas extras que le correspondía; él esperaba que su jefe obedezca la ley de salarios y horas de Nueva York, y que un día le dé el tiempo extra ya contraída, y que su jefe page salarios adecuados en el futuro.

WAGE THEFT SUCCESS FOR KITCHEN SUPPLY STORE WORKER

James Woo (all identifying information has been changed) worked in a store that sold kitchen supplies and cabinets. His employer paid in both cash and check. James was paid by the week, and was asked to work overtime on many days.

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.  

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.

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