Monthly Archives: January 2019
The Challenges of Proving Pay Discrimination in Florida
Across the board, studies show women are frequently paid less than men for performing the same job. While the Equal Pay Act and Title VII of the Civil Rights Act are designed to prohibit such discrimination, pay disparity remains a problem for many Florida women, in part because the laws themselves include a number… Read More »
Can Salaried Employees Still Get Overtime Pay in Florida?
Some Florida employers assume that if they put an employee “on salary,” as opposed to an hourly wage, that means they do not have to pay any overtime. This is a common misconception of the law. While many salaried employees might fall into a status of exempt from the Fair Labor Standards Act’s (FLSA)… Read More »
Misclassified as Exempt: Unpaid Wages for Employees Wrongfully Classified as Exempt Employees under the Law
The Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) establishes nationwide minimum wage and overtime rules for employers. In general, an employee is entitled to be paid at least the minimum wage and receive overtime pay if he or she works more than 40 hours in a given pay period. But the FLSA also classifies certain employees… Read More »