What if I have no records showing my work or I am unsure about the exact amount I am owed?
What if my employer has kept false records showing he paid me properly?
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
I was paid by commissions or piecework. Why would I be entitled to overtime? How would my overtime be properly calculated?
My employer charges customers a service charge which customers pay instead of giving me a tip, but the employer does not give all of that service charge money to the workers serving the same customers. Is that allowed?
My boss takes part of my tips or I am required to share my tips with other workers who do not actually get any tips from customers. Is that allowed?
Leon Greenberg Attorney at Law
2965 South Jones Boulevard # E-3
Las Vegas, Nevada 89146
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I signed a "paid in full" statement or signed an agreement with my employer that I had settled my dispute with him for my unpaid compensation. Can I still sue my employer for money he has not paid me?
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