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Unlawful Workplace Violations: How Employers Violate The Laws

Unlawful Workplace Violations: How Employers Violate The Laws

Read on employment law violations:

Workplace violations in which employers violate their workers rights happen all the time.

Businesses break the law in a number of ways, and usually at the expense of their staff.

In this video presentation we asked our research team to breakdown the most common violations so YOU can be aware and alert for a violation at your job.

You don’t have to stand for it.

We broke out the data detailing violation rates at work by type and the occupations which are most often victimized.

If you work as a home health care worker, office clerk, restaurant worker, child care worker, cook, driver, construction or as a cashier or clerk — WATCH OUT.

You are among the most common occupations to be victimized by their employers actions.

Your company may not even know they are committing wage theft, in the end it doesn’t matter. If you are entitled pay they are withholding – don’t stand for it.

This presentation breaks down what the law allows you to do about it, and quickly covers the various workplace violations committed including: unlawful retaliation, pay violations, late pay, unpaid overtime, stolen tips, meal break and off-the-clock work among others.

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If you have additional questions about a possible workplace violation, contact me at and I’ll answer the personally, no cost, no obligation.

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17 Comments - Leave a Comment
  • 747Fan -

    The latest tactic from my employer in the Cleaning Industry is the demand that I download an app on MY personal cell/mobile phone to log in and out , receive commands, etc. The app has tracking as well. Unbelievable gall to utilise my personal phone against my will. There is no stipulation in the terms and conditions of my employment that no. 1, I must have a phone and, secondly, that they can utilise my personal phone at their whim. I will not comply.

  • grace Smith -

    Is this in any state. Because i just started a job as a housekeeper. And I have clock out for my first 15 minute break and my 30 minute break. She says she is trying to keep up with our time like in the rooms. To me that dont make sense. So with my 30 minute break and clocking out for 15 minutes, that's 45 minutes out of my check. When 15 minutes is suppose to be free. I dont feel that is not right. Then she says you can take 10min at 3. The hours are from 8am until we finish. That could be 2,3 or 6.

  • oya 2u -

    I filed 3 discrimination suits with the eeoc on my employer who hired a man I had to train then he sexually assaulted and molested me on the job and when I made the complaint to the sheriff office my boss told me I couldn't come back to work at the school until after the school investigation was over they never called me back to work or paid me since the day I press the charges on the man but everything was going perfect until they hired a sick pervert I hope I win these discrimination cases cuz I need this money to help me improve my living situation I lost almost everything I worked for since I lost that income complete nightmare it's been.

  • Scott -

    Hello, I recently started employment with a company. I was told I was hourly. how ever it is (15.00hr x 40hrs wkly) I was told no overtime is authorized. However I'm Oncall and expected regularly to exceed the parameters given. So I end up working past 40hrs each week. When I say no to frivolous calls I'm penalized. I'm on salary based on this principal.

  • Sheila S -

    How about when a employer will make one supervisor hourly,another salary ( because they know their job will take longer) ? How can that be?

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