Wage And Hour Laws Can Be Confusing; We Can Help
As an employee, you have rights. When they have been violated, it is important that you seek legal representation. Britton Law has represented clients throughout North Carolina for over two decades. We understand the frustration you are feeling and are here to help you find answers. Our job is to make sure you are fairly compensated for any and all work you have completed.
Dedicated To Finding A Solution
Each state has specific laws put in place to protect workers. This is why it is important to have an experienced attorney by your side.
Under the North Carolina Wage and Hour Act, employees must be paid at least minimum wage by their employers. They should receive this payment for any hours worked and time and a half of their regular rate when they work more than 40 hours per workweek. There are several components to the act that can be difficult to understand without the assistance of an experienced attorney. If you believe that your rights under this act have been violated, it is important to contact our firm as soon as possible to address the issue.
Employees are also protected under federal law. The Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) has requirements put into place that must be followed. Whether you are hourly or salaried, it is still possible for a company to knowingly violate your rights. From working overtime to collecting tips, your employer is required by law to pay you what is promised. They also cannot lower your wage without providing you with a written notification. Whether it is intentional or not, an organization must be held accountable. We can help you do that.
Our team has handled the most complex cases. We have built a reputation throughout the community as being knowledgeable, diligent and hardworking. Our lawyers pay attention to the details. If you are not being paid correctly, it is important to remember that you have options.
For Answers To Your Questions, Call Today
Understandably, many people do not understand this area of the law. From employment discrimination to wage and hour disputes, we are here for you. Put your trust in a team that cares about its clients. Call our office in Fayetteville today to schedule a consultation at 888-811-9738. You can also email us.