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

How Personal Trainers are Being Overworked and Underpaid by Fitness Chains

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Lots of pain, but very little gain—is this what you’re feeling as a personal trainer (PT) working at a fitness chain? You probably got into the field because you’re passionate about fitness and you want to help people find their … Continued

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