Virginia Pay and Overtime Lawyer
You work long nights, you work weekends, but your weekly salary never changes. Perhaps you include the overtime hours you work on your timesheet but your boss ignores this or even changes your hours to avoid paying you for those additional hours.
Now, you’ve missed out on time with your family and other life commitments and you have no additional money to show for it.
Or maybe you’re a waiter and you’ve had a few slow nights at the restaurant. Your hourly wage, including your tips, averaged out to less than $7.25 per hour and now you cannot afford rent.
Or maybe you’re a new mother and your employer prevents you from breastfeeding or pumping milk at work. During your long, continuous work hours, you have no way to satisfy this biological need. If you have not been compensated for the hours you have worked you may have the basis for an employment claim and should consult with a Virginia pay and overtime attorney. Our attorneys can help prepare you and ensure you know what to expect.