Usual Wage Victims
Usual Wage Victims
Usual Victims of Wage and Hour Violations
Though employees in any profession can face wage and hour violations, there are some workers who see this problem more often than others. In New York, workers of all types turn to Ricotta & Marks, P.C., for assistance with wage and hour violations.
Queens and Long Island
Labor Employment Lawyers in Queens and Long Island
Advocating on Behalf of
At Ricotta & Marks, P.C., we represent employees in a broad spectrum of legal matters, including:
Wage & Hour Disputes
At Ricotta & Marks, P.C., employment law is our sole focus. We have represented teachers facing a broad spectrum of legal issues and we are committed to protecting teachers’ rights. To learn more, please do not hesitate to contact us and schedule a free initial and confidential consultation at our Queens or Long Island offices today.
Sometimes these “Jekyll and Hyde” switches occur because a superior learned something about a subordinate that then caused him or her to have a negative bias, like the employee was of a certain religion or sexual orientation. Sometimes the reason is more obvious, like a bias against people of a certain race, being male or female, a woman becoming pregnant or people with disabilities.
Other Employment Law Issues
Employment Labor Attorneys In Queens, NY
At Ricotta & Marks, P.C., we take action to protect workers who are particularly vulnerable to wage and hour violations. Some workers who are commonly the victims of wage and hour violations include:
- Waiters and waitresses
- Mortgage brokers
- Leisure boat staff
- Cab drivers/pedicab drivers
- Hair stylists
- Massage therapists
- Nail technicians
- Construction workers
- Bus boys
- Agricultural laborers
- Parking attendants
Workers in low-wage and service industry jobs may be hesitant to speak up about wage and hour violations, but the law protects them from retaliation by their employers. If your employer forces you to work off the clock, pays you under the table or fails to pay you overtime, our lawyers can help.
Additionally, if your employer failed to pay you tips that you earned or implemented a tip credit system without informing you, you may have a claim against your employer. Our attorneys will take action to ensure that you receive the tips that you worked so hard to earn.