UNPAID WAGES LAWYER

ARIZONA WAGE AND PAYMENT DISPUTE
EMPLOYMENT LAWYER IN PHOENIX

When you go to work, you’re an important part of promoting your employer’s interests. So its only right that when its time to be paid for your time and dedication, that your employer does right by you. Not only is it unfair to not be paid by your employer for the services you provide, but it’s also unlawful. According to a report by the Economic Policy Institute, workers lose over $8 billion annually due to minimum wage violations alone.

At Enara Law, our experienced employment law attorneys in Phoenix can aggressively represent you to hold your employer accountable when you haven’t been paid properly or your wages have been withheld.

COMMON WAGE AND HOUR
CLAIMS DISPUTES IN ARIZONA

While there are numerous situations that can give rise to a wage and hourly payment dispute, the Phoenix employment attorneys at Enara Law see the following as some of the most common:

  • Failure to pay at least minimum wage
  • Refusal to pay overtime
  • Withholding wages
  • Not paying wages in accordance with employment agreement
  • Nonpayment of commissions
  • Intentional misclassification of employee’s legal status

APPLICABLE FEDERAL WAGE AND
COMPENSATION LAWS

While there are hundreds of laws applicable to labor, some of the most commonly applicable wage and compensation include:

  • The Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA)
    The FLSA establishes the guidelines for wages and overtime pay for both private and public employment. Employers are required to pay federal minimum wage as the most basic level of compensation. Overtime amounting to one and a half times normal pay is also applicable in situations when employees work in excess of 40 hours in a week.
  • Immigration and Nationality Act
    The Immigration and Nationality Act applies to legal aliens holding non-immigrant visas who are authorized to work in the U.S., and establishes the legal parameters around such employment.
  • Employee Retirement Income Security Act (ERISA)
    ERISA, for employers who offer employee welfare benefit plans, regulates the benefits plans management to ensure all beneficiaries are covered.
  • Fair Credit Reporting Act (FCRA)
    While employers are entitled to perform background checks on prospective employees, there are requirements that the process is performed fairly, and extra requirements imposed when checks are done through third-parties.

Other than federal laws, Arizona also has state specific wage laws, which address various scenarios, including sick leave, leave for jury duty, and severance pay. An employment attorney at Enara Law can help guide you through the federal and state law requirements surround payment of wages and compensation.


HOW MUCH DOES A WAGE DISPUTE EMPLOYMENT
ATTORNEY IN ARIZONA COST?

At Enara Law, we understand that if you’re looking for an employment attorney, you’re in a situation where your employer has done you wrong and not paid you what you rightfully deserve and have earned. And with that in mind- our employment lawyers work with you to aggressively represent you, so that you can get back to focusing on doing your job and move past the wrongdoings that your employer has forced you to become victim to.

That’s why we have designed our law firm around victims- and making the process as simple as possible, so you can focus on your health and recovery. The Enara pledge of Bringing Legal to Light™ is all about transparency and simplicity. We handle all our employment cases on a contingency fee or flat-fee basis, meaning there are no hidden fees and you’ll know what costs are involved with your case before we ever begin.


WAGE AND PAYMENTS DISPUTE EMPLOYMENT LAWYER IN ARIZONA -
FREE AND CONFIDENTIAL CONSULTATIONS

The experienced employment lawyers at Enara Law are here to guide you and aggressively represent your when your employer hasn’t paid you the wages and compensation that you’ve earned and rightfully deserve.

Contact our employment lawyers in Arizona for a free consultation at (602) 687-2010, by email at info@enaralaw.com, or at the form below.

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