Our office handles cases for workers who have not been properly paid for their work. The most common cases we handle involve a failure to pay overtime, meaning extra time and one-half pay, for work over 40 hours per week. Our office also handles claims for unpaid minimum wages, unpaid commissions, and unpaid prevailing wages (typically union wages owed to workers on government construction projects or who work providing security, maintenance, or janitorial services at government buildings). We also handle claims for other forms of unpaid, but earned, compensation. One common situation we handle is when an employer fails to pay for all time worked. Often employers will require employees to work additional unpaid time "off the clock" during their meal breaks, or to attend meetings or conduct other activities before or after their regular work shifts. Even though such amounts of time may be small, perhaps as little as 5 or 10 minutes a day, over the course of weeks, months, and years, the employee may be owed a substantial amount of money.
Leon Greenberg Attorney at Law
2965 South Jones Boulevard # E-3
Las Vegas, Nevada 89146
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