Illinois Wage and Hour Class Action Attorneys

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Wage and hour laws are governed by the federal Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA). Under this act, non-exempt employees are entitled to an hourly salary of at least time and a half for hours worked that exceed 40 per week or eight (8) per day. (Certain white-collar employees are exempt from these laws). This law is often disregarded by companies in the pursuit of greater worker productivity without investing greater resources. Often companies make a habit of violating FLSA regulations either intentionally or inadvertently. In these cases, a wage and hour class action lawsuit is in order to protect the rights of employees.

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