How to Recognize When You’re Not Being Adequately Compensated at Work

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There is no doubt that work gets hectic for most people every once in a while. However, if you rarely have the chance to eat a sandwich or you’re constantly working 50-hour weeks, it’s time to speak up. Your strong … Continued

Why PGA Tour Workers Deserve Compensation For Hours Worked

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“Volunteers” freely offer their time and efforts to perform a service. However, this does not give the organization free reign to overwork their employees and withhold meal breaks. If this sounds familiar to you, perhaps you’ve worked for one of … Continued

How the Banking and Loan Industries Violate Overtime, Break and Wage Laws

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Is it the millennial mindset, or is the business world welcoming this surging emergence of tech integration to bend employee connectivity well beyond the 8-hour workday? One online survey by Adobe found that 87 percent of American workers polled looked … Continued

How Companies Are Violating Your Consumer Rights With Telemarketing Calls

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“Hey! We currently have a great deal on our triple play package. Sign up with us and get cable, Internet & phone for only $60 per month!”   We’ve all received a call like this at least once, whether it’s … Continued

Are you a Kroger Employee Affected by the Equifax Data Breach?

                  Data breaches are common in today’s technological landscape. While employees expect that their private information, such as their social security numbers, addresses and pay records will be safe in the hands … Continued