missing hours on paycheck

I Was Shorted Several Hours on My Last Paycheck. What Should I Do?

calender-alt November 15, 2022
user-alt By Peter Friedmann
When you get paid by the hour, your employer has obligations under federal and state law to pay you for all hours worked. Additionally, companies need to pay most hourly employees at least time-and-a-half for each hour they work over 40 hours in a seven-day period or “workweek.” Similar wage and contract laws also guarantee fair pay, though usually not overtime, to employees who earn salaries. Those laws, primarily the federal Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA), further require employers to...
can an employer force you to work overtime

Can an Employer Make You Work Overtime Without Notice?

calender-alt November 11, 2022
user-alt By Peter Friedmann
Is It Legal for My Boss to Force Me to Work Overtime Without Notice? Yes, federal and state laws allow employers to require unscheduled and mandatory overtime. As inconvenient and unwelcome as hearing, “I need you to work late today,” or “You’ll have to come in this weekend,” may be, such demands are perfectly legal. The same laws that authorize unscheduled overtime, however, require employers to pay at least time-and-one-half to every employee who is eligible to earn overtime pay....
Rights of a Minority Shareholder in a Company

What Are the Rights of a Minority Shareholder in a Company?

calender-alt November 08, 2022
user-alt By Peter Friedmann
As an employee, you may find yourself being offered the opportunity to hold or purchase shares within the company that you work for. In some cases, you may be considered a minority shareholder – meaning that you will be part of a group of shareholders who typically hold less than 51% of any given company. The potential to become a minority shareholder may leave you wondering about the rights of minority shareholders in private companies. This is especially an area...
Are Shareholder Employees Subject To FLSA

Are Shareholder Employees Subject To FLSA?

calender-alt October 28, 2022
user-alt By Peter Friedmann
Companies, especially public companies, often have both shareholders and employees that participate in the running of the business. Shareholders are considered partial owners to a degree while employees work for the company and receive payment for their work. But in some cases, certain employees have the opportunity to purchase or acquire stock in the company, making them shareholder employees. For shareholder employees, questions can arise around certain federal laws such as the Fair Labor Standards Act and how such laws...
Arbitration Agreement That Does Not Contain Class Action Waiver Ohio

Arbitration Agreement That Does Not Contain Class Action Waiver in Ohio

calender-alt October 10, 2022
user-alt By Peter Friedmann
How To Navigate Arbitration Agreements That Do Not Contain Class Action Waivers Employment contracts can include a few different elements and clauses, including your rate of pay, start date, employee benefits, and dispute resolution clauses such as an arbitration agreement.  You should read any document that you are signing very carefully, as a lot of people agree to an arbitration clause without knowing it because they do not carefully read a document prior to signing it. Disputes in the workplace...
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