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Monthly Archives: February 2020

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Tipped Employees Have Legal Rights

By Matthew Coffman |

Tips can be a big part of an individual’s income, particularly if they are employed in a restaurant or other business in the hospitality industry. But, unfortunately, sometimes employers take advantage of employees who rely on tips. They might forgo minimum wage requirements or not be clear with employees about pay. Remember, the minimum… Read More »

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Emotional Distress at Work

By Matthew Coffman |

If you are experiencing emotional distress because of your employer, you may be entitled to compensation. But, compensation is possible only in certain instances. In most situations, it needs to be proven that you suffered from discrimination, harassment, or retaliation. The retaliation may have been a suspension or termination, for example. In connection to… Read More »

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Overtime but misclassified as exempt

Overtime for Salaried Employees

By Matthew Coffman |

Not many people have an issue with working long hours as long as their paycheck reflects all of the work that they are performing. After working for over 40 hours a week, the overtime pay is usually a welcome benefit. But, not all workers qualify for overtime pay. It’s worthwhile to know when overtime… Read More »

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