Jones Law Firm
9585 Prototype Ct Ste B, Reno, NV 89521
Jones Law Firm is a top employment law firm working in the field of Wage & Hour related class action litigation, helping employees enforce their rights in the workplace.
The attorneys at Jones Law Firm have over 26 years of combined experience representing thousands of employees in Reno, Las Vegas, Nevada, California, Colorado and New York in both individual and class action lawsuits against their employers for a wide variety of wage and hour related issues including misclassification of employees as exempt from overtime laws, unpaid overtime compensation, meal and rest break violations, unpaid vacation pay, final payments at time of termination, uncompensated off-the-clock compensation, rounding of employee work time, and minimum wage violations.
Jones Law Firm is a top employment law firm fighting for your rights in the areas of Wage & Hour related class action litigation suits.
Is your employer expecting you to work for FREE? Even if you work for free only a few minutes every day, through the course of your employment, those minutes can add up to weeks and months of unpaid wages! For example, if you are required to show up at work 15 minutes early to organize your work station, and you are not being paid for that time, your employer is most likely breaking the law. Same goes for any cleanup, meetings and other employer-requested task that you are told to preform after you clock out. As a general rule, your employer must pay you for ALL THE TIME you spend working, including the time you spend setting up your tools or your work station before and after work. You and your colleagues should not be working for free, no matter if you are an hourly-paid workers or managers.
Employers can be very creative in tricking you to work for free, and these are some of the things they do: 1) They give you a manager title and tell you managers don't get paid for overtime work this is often untrue 2) Other common labor violations are unpaid meal breaks, rest breaks and unpaid break time 3) Employers who don't pay you for work "off the clock" (either before or after your shift) 4) Employers who have use it or lose it policy with respect to accrued but unused vacation time, or who deny your vacation time after you quit or get terminated. 5) Also, you employer shouldn't ask you to pay for required uniforms, tools, equipment, mileage, administrative support or other similar expenses.
If you have experienced any of the above, please contact us via out website or call us at 775-853-6440 to evaluate your case!
Lawyers at the Jones Law Firm have skills and expertise to help you deal with Wage & Hour Disputes with your employer, Unpaid Wages due to the wrongful conduct of your employer, Unpaid Overtime, Unpaid Rest Breaks & Meal Periods, as well as other issues you might encounter with your employer such as unpaid (but accrued) Vacation Time, or when your employer is rounding your hours-worked at your detriment. We encourage casino workers and workers from any other industry to contact us with questions regarding the violations of their workplace rights.