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Federal Government Employee Wage Lawsuit

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Federal Government Employee Wage Lawsuit

Employees of the federal government have the right to be paid fair wages for the work they perform.  The Fair Labor Standards Act is the federal law that governs the payment of wages to workers.  The Fair Labor Standards Act requires employers, including the federal government, to pay employees at no less than the federal minimum wage rate and also to pay overtime wages when a non-exempt employee works more than 40 hours in a week.  Unfortunately, it has happened too often where employees were not paid for all hours that they work or have been misclassified as being exempt from overtime.   


For instance, employees have the right to be paid for all work-related activities.  That means that time spent working prior to the start of a shift or after the end of a shift could be compensable under the Fair Labor Standards Act.  Time spent putting on equipment, going through security screenings, attending meetings, attending training sessions, and other activities that occur off the clock could be compensable.  That means, employees of the federal government could be owed unpaid wages if they are forced to perform work without pay. 


The wage and hours claims lawyers at Hodges & Foty, LLP specialize in representing workers in unpaid wage lawsuits across the country.  They have recovered millions of dollars for their clients throughout the years.  


If you believe you are performing work without full pay, our team of wage and hour claims attorneys are here to help. 


With extensive experience and resources, our highly-qualified attorneys can carefully review your case and help you pursue the best course of legal action to take next. Our wage and hour claims lawyers deeply understand the importance of appropriate compensation and are here to help you ensure that your rights are fully protected.  We take pride in helping people recover the losses that they have suffered. If you have questions about your legal rights, please feel free to contact us one of our wage and hour claims attorneys by call at (713) 597-2180 or through our contact form for a free case evaluation .

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