Three Telltale Signs You Are Not Being Properly Compensated at Work

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Work life can be a lot like our personal lives – sometimes it’s pretty steady, while other times there is a lot to handle. But if that stressful period is never-ending at work, chances are you’re putting in a lot … Continued

Banking and Loan Industry Employees Require Overtime as Interest Rates Rise

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Do you feel like there is no such thing as a nine-to-five day? Does it seem like an eight-hour workday is ancient history? This is a feeling people working in the banking and loan industries often feel, where employees are … Continued

What You Need to Know About Minimum Wage, Tips and, Overtime Laws

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When is the last time you examined your paycheck? And we mean really studied it to make sure every cent that you’ve worked for has been properly paid. Taking this time can help you identify whether or not you are … Continued

Exposing the Overtime and Wage Violations In the Tech Industry

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Whether you’re an hourly or salary employee, you can still receive overtime if you meet the requirements. Employers have the misconception that salary based wages don’t qualify for overtime, while others choose to ignore the laws in hopes that employees … Continued

How Flight Attendants Can Receive Compensation for Overtime and Rest Breaks

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According to television and movies, flight attendants have a glamorous job. We see them onscreen traveling to beautiful countries all over the world, strutting through the airport behind the captain, and spreading rays of sunshine around the aircraft. But in … Continued

Donning and Doffing: Getting Paid to Gear Up for Work

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Getting dressed for work is so much easier when you can do it at home and get your workday started immediately when you arrive. Unfortunately, not all jobs allow this convenience due to the safety of the employee and the … Continued