Wage Theft

Mid South Waffles Wage Theft Investigation

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Migliaccio & Rathod LLP currently represents a former server of Waffle House who worked for the Mid South Waffles franchise owner. Mid South Waffles allegedly pays its servers a sub-minimum wage of $1.20 an hour, while also requiring them to perform non-tipped side work, like sweeping and mopping the floors, washing the walls and windows, […]

Wage Theft

Digital Time Recording Wage Theft Investigation

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If your place of business uses a digital time tracking system to record your hours, it’s possible that you are losing wages. This practice is called wage theft and some workers affected work in healthcare, work as drivers, work in food service, or work in factories. A report out of the Economic Policy Institute estimated […]

Wage Theft

Fair Labor Standards Act in the Federal Workplace

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The Fair Labor Standards Act establishes the guidelines for minimum wage, overtime pay, recordkeeping, and youth employment standards for employees in the private sector and in Federal, State, and local governments. In the private sector, the profit motive provides a strong incentive for wage theft. While the public sector does not share the same profit […]

Wage Theft

Assistant Manager Misclassification Class Action Investigation

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Migliaccio & Rathod LLP is investigating employers who classify assistant managers as exempt from overtime laws when the assistant managers primarily perform duties similar to those of hourly employees. To save money, employers will sometimes label employees as “managers,” pay them a salary and make them work long hours, without overtime pay. Just because a […]