All too often honest, hard working people are taken advantage of by unscrupulous employers. Maybe you have heard the stories about how employers have not paid a fair wage to their employees or no wages of all because the employee did not know their legal rights. You are going to learn things in the enclosed Special Report that your boss may not want you to know.
The enclosed Special Report you requested is offered to you by the Law Office of Cavey and Barrett. The information is not offered as legal advice, nor does it in any way create an attorney/client relationship. To fully understand your wage rights, you must have a wage rights audit with a qualified wage law attorney.
If you have an employment dispute, you must immediately consult with a qualified attorney. My firm is committed to the rights of employees to receive the wages they deserve. We believe that a wage rights on it is critical to protecting your rights. Our belief in and commitment to your rights is absolute. So absolute we offer a wage rights audit for free. That’s right. You can sit down with a wage rights attorney and discuss your case in detail. It’s free and without obligation. For your free wage rights audit with a qualified attorney, simply dial (727) 894-3188.
Do you know your right to over time pay? How about your right to payment for pre or post shift work? Your boss does not want you to know about your legal rights. These bosses are pros and not paying their employees according to the law. You need to be prepared to protect your rights or you will lose and so will your family and coworkers. Unfortunately, we see far too many people misinformed about their legal rights as employees. Misinformation can spell disaster!
That’s why we’ve taken the time to write the enclosed special wage rights report and offer it for free to anyone who asks for it. The stories you have heard are true about bosses not paying their employees according to the law. Empowered by the information in the enclosed special report and a wage rights audit, this does not have to happen to you, family members, friend or co-employees.
Employees whose jobs are governed by any Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) are either “exempt” or “non-exempt. Most employees are non-exempt and are entitled to overtime. Whether you are exempt or non-exempt depends on how much you are paid, how you are paid, and what kind of work you do.
There are 9 common “mistakes” employers make:
1. Failing to pay overtime to non-exempt employees.
2. Failing to pay for pre-shift or post shift work.
3. Requiring authorization of overtime.
4. Failing to pay wages for interruption of un-paid meal breaks.
5. Giving comp time in a different work week in lieu of overtime.
6. Giving an employee at title and telling them they’re no longer entitled to overtime.
7. Paying salaries to non-management personnel in an effort to avoid paying overtime.
8. Falsely telling you that your immigration status affects your right to collect lawful collect wages.
9. Failing to pay domestic workers overtime if they work more than five days without at least 24 hours off.
Your overtime must be paid to you during the pay period in which the work is completed. This applies to all overtime pay that is due to an employee. This means that if you worked over time, you must be paid for that over time on the next payday. Your overtime does not require authorization of your employer. This means your employer cannot say to you he did not authorize your over time and try to use his preauthorization rip-off to refuse to pay you.
You must be paid for all work that benefits your employer. This can include preparation time for any time you fall under the employer’s control. This means your boss cannot refuse to pay you for the time preparing for your work. For example, a house painter must be paid for the time he uses to prepare and clean his equipment. You can not be forced to wait, unpaid, on call. If you are under the control of your boss, you must be paid.
Have any of these “mistakes” happened to you? Our Special Report provides you with all the information you need to get the pay that is rightfully yours. In your wage rights audit, our attorney will determine if your employer is violating these laws and explain your wage rights in detail.
If your employer has failed to pay you wages or over time lawfully due you, you may be entitled to damages that far exceed the actual dollar amount originally owed to you. For example, if you are successful in an overtime wage claim against your employer, you are entitled to overtime wages, interest, and attorneys fees. The court may award you an additional amount of liquidated damages equal to the amount of overtime that should’ve been paid. You may be entitled to thousands of dollars. Willful violations may subject your supervisor in the company to a fine or even criminal liability.
Enforcing your wage rights will prevent your employer from hurting another employee. Employers must not be allowed to abuse their employees and, perhaps, only way can be stopped is with the help of a lawyer.
If you have been the victim of an employer abuse, you deserve the peace of mind that comes with a wage rights audit. We are committed to providing you with this piece of mind. You can arrange for your free wage rights audit by calling (727) 894-3188.
We cannot offer you any magic solutions but can give you guidance. Ignorance in this information can spell financial disaster. By ordering the enclosed written materials, you’ve taken a step in the right direction toward getting the lawful pay you are due. Keep in mind that the goal is to obtain the wages that will allow you and your family to meet your daily living expenses. You are not asking for handout, but what you have lawfully earned!
I guarantee that your time not be wasted by reading the enclosed materials. Doing nothing will not get you your wages. Please take advantage of our free wage rights audit offer by calling (727) 894-3188.
Thank you for reading the enclosed Special Report. Knowledge is power and YOU deserve to be paid a lawful wage.
Very truly yours,
Nancy L. Cavey
P. S. – Remember we are here to assist you in any way you can, but unless you call, we cannot help you. We have dedicated our practice to helping every client by offering them the power they need to pursue their benefits.
P. P. S. – The worst thing that can happen to you when we meet is that we may tell you we cannot help you in, you will leave our office in exactly same position you were when you arrived. But at BEST, we may tell you WE CAN HELP YOU and you have a fighting chance in securing your wages.
Answering these broad-based questions isn’t easy. Help is a phone call away. You can contact Nancy Cavey, an experienced long-term disability attorney at 727-894-3188.Google+