With skyrocketing inflation and costs of living, overtime pay can be a great way for employees to earn extra money. However, outside of governmental and unionized work environments most employers are not enthused to have to pay more into wages with overhead already being high.
At the end of the … Continue reading
Having your employment terminated can be a terrible blow, not just to your confidence and self-image, but financially as well. If you have lost your job but your employer has not paid you what you’re owed under the law for severance, or other obligations, you can bring an action in … Continue reading
Many employers have as part of their employment agreements a probationary period for all new hires for the first three months of employment. Often employee benefits and other employment perks like accruing vacation time or being entitled to participate in a bonus program don’t crystallize until after this probationary period … Continue reading