The Fair Labor Standards Act is a revolutionary piece of legislation that was passed in 1938 to establish protective laws for citizens of the United States. It ensures such rights as the 40 hour work week, minimum wage, and overtime pay, restricts child labor, and dictates that male and female workers must be paid equally for equal work.
The act was introduced shortly after the Great Depression to stop employers who were taking egregious advantage over the labor market. While it has brought about many important advancements in society, there is still no shortage of employers who attempt to deny their workers the wages and treatment that they are entitled to. If you are one of the many employees whose rights have been violated, our attorneys at Annie McAdams PC are here to protect you and seek justice on your behalf.
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Under the Equal Pay Act, a 1963 amendment to the Fair Labor Standards Act, employers are federally required to pay men and women the same wage for doing the same work. While all employers in the country are expected to follow this standard, many of them exploit vague loopholes in order to deny equal pay to women. We are here to ensure that they do not get away with this.
If any of these are true, we urge you to speak to an attorney at McAdams, P.C. today.If you believe that your employer has wronged you and denied you the wages you are entitled to, our lawyers may be able to fight on your behalf to secure a just outcome.
We can help you get the justice you deserve. Contact us today to learn more!