Honor Labor Day. Don't fall victim to wage theft
Did you know?
Labor Day was established on June 28, 1894 by an Act of Congress. It honors the American labor movement and the contributions that workers have made to the strength, prosperity, laws and well-being of the country. Read more about the History of Labor Day.
After more than a century of improvement and progress, some Americans still fall victim to unfair payment at work.
Your employer (or past employers) may be violating Fair Labor Standards Act if you are:
- Paid less than minimum wage
- Denied Overtime
- Not compensated for meal breaks
- Not paid for off-the-clock work
Honor Labor Day
This year, honor Labor Day by doing your 2017 True Wage Check-Up.
- Do you qualify for overtime?
- Do you work late nights with no overtime?
- Do you spend unpaid time before a shift suiting up with required gear?
- Are you not paid for time waiting for a project or assignment?
Find out if you were cheated out of wages, and see how much you may be losing. Complete this detailed form. We will assess and review to find any unpaid wages.