If you answer YES to any of the below questions, you need to contact the McDougall LawFirm today.
Congress passed the Fair Labor Standards Act of 1938 (FLSA) to protect many American workers from unfair working conditions. Specifically the FLSA establishes a national minimum wage, requires the payment of overtime for all hours worked over forty (40) hours per week, and prohibits child labor. Many employees are unaware of their rights under the FLSA and, as a result, are unaware that employers are violating their rights in a number of different ways.
If your employer has engaged in any of the unlawful activities described above, you need to contact the McDougall LawFirm and allow us to fight for your rights. You may be entitled to back pay - wages owed but not received - and are likely entitled to liquidated or double damages where your employer did not act in good faith.
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