ORLANDO WAGE & HOUR DISPUTE ATTORNEY
WAGE AND HOUR CONFLICTS BETWEEN EMPLOYERS AND EMPLOYEES
The employment relationship is an exchange. Employers provide a place to work, a position to hold, and the opportunity to earn a wage. Employees show up to work every day, put in a reasonable effort to get the job done, and contribute to the success of the company, and in return they receive pay for their services or labor. At least, this is how it is supposed to work. In practice, the relationship between employers and employees is often thrown out of balance, and it all too frequently ends up favoring the interests of the employer over the rights of the employee.
If you are involved in a dispute with your employer over the wages you are due to receive or the number of hours you have put in on the job, you can come to the Fisher Legal Group for help. We are a team of dedicated Orlando employment lawyers who fight for our clients’ rights and we can help you level the playing field between you and your employer. People in your situation often feel overwhelmed and intimidated by their employers, and they are frequently worried about what will happen to their job and their livelihood if they speak out and take action to claim the payment they are due. Let us review your situation to determine whether you have grounds to sue and begin working on a strategy for your case.
TYPES OF WAGE AND HOUR DISPUTES IN ORLANDO
Our Orlando employment law attorneys handle a wide variety of different types of legal disputes over wages and hours. You can seek our assistance in a case involving unpaid overtime, non-payment of tips or commissions, failure to pay the minimum wage as mandated by state law, and disputes involving violations of the Equal Pay Act, which forbids employers to pay different amounts to male and female employees in acts of gender discrimination. Whatever the nature of your situation, take your first step towards recovering compensation and achieving justice now by contacting us for a free case evaluation.
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