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Is your employer violating Florida's wage & hour laws? Find out!

The economy always seems to be in a state of flux and most Florida citizens need their jobs to survive. As such, many workers in our state may choose to overlook an employer's actions or inactions that may violate the wage and hour laws designed to protect American employees. It is understandable when people make this decision because they want to keep their jobs, but that does not mean it is the wise thing to do.

In other cases, workers may not be sure if their employers are acting outside of the law. In these situations, many people choose to continue working without taking action. The reason is the same as before – because they need their jobs.

As a Florida citizen in a position of legal employment, you have rights and protections under the law. Here are a few of the most common wage and hour violations in Florida and other states. You can use this list to help determine if your own employer is in violation.

-- Not paying workers time and a half for overtime work

-- Not paying employees the state's minimum wage

-- Making unlawful deductions from a worker's wages

-- Asking employees to work or makng them do so while off the clock

The law office of Gary A. Costales is a trusted resource when it comes to Florida's wage and hour laws. If you believe or suspect your employer is violating your rights, we urge you to seek legal counsel. An experienced attorney can help you resolve your employment issues while protecting your legal rights every step of the way. Please browse our website to learn more or call our office to schedule a free consultation.

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