Indiana Supreme Court Holds: Day Laborer(s) Can Bring Wage Payment Case if Expectation of Future Employment Exists


This week we examine the Indiana Supreme Court decision Walczak v. Labor Works-Fort Wayne LLC, which held that day laborers could bring claims under the Indiana Wage Payment Act unless they do not have a realistic expectation of future employment with the same employer. Had the Court not found as such, the case would have been dismissed for failure to file a submission to the Indiana Department of Labor under the Wage Claims Act.

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