Serving Florida Clients in Hillsborough County and Orange County

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FAIR LABOR - FAIR PAY

Earning a living is one of the most important aspects of our every day lives. When you or your employees are not treated fairly at work, satisfaction, happiness and productivity may suffer. Families may suffer as a result of stress and reduced income.

 

When employees are not paid their fair wages, either because their hours are not correctly calculated or because they hourly wage is not fair, you should consider coming in for a consultation and talk to us about rights and responsibilities for both employer and employee.

Employers & Employees - Do not hesitate to contact us.

If you are an employer, we can help you ensure that your wage policies and procedures are fair and in line with the law. You can avoid costly employment disputes and increase productivity and happiness in your workforce. Do not just hope all will be well, be proactive to ensure a healthy work environment.

If you are an employee, the law requires you to report violations of fair labor within strict time limits. Do not waive your rights by procrastinating or merely hoping for things to change. Be active in securing your rights, initiate change: talk to us.

Article: According to Department Of Labor records obtained by First Coast News, over 200 companies in Florida were ordered to pay back wages to employees from 2016 to 2017. 

  • Minimum Wage

  • Overtime

  • Backpay

  • Unpaid Hours

  • And More ...