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Employee Misclassification Lawyer

In Florida, it is common for employers to misclassify their employees as exempt or nonexempt. Unfortunately for those employees, when they are misclassified, they are no longer eligible for overtime pay and hourly limits, so employers benefit illegally at the expense of their employees. Employers may also not pay overtime that is due to an employee based upon the hours worked by him or her.

At the Law Office of William M. Julien, P.A., in Boynton Beach, our employment law firm has experience resolving a wide range of wage and hour law issues. We have the legal knowledge to investigate claims of misclassification and to litigate for compensation and back pay. If you have questions regarding your conditions at work or feel you are being taken advantage of, contact our firm to schedule a free and initial consultation.

Florida Employee Misclassification Attorney

There are certain categories of employees who are exempt from overtime. Managers and supervisors are often exempt from this type of pay, as well as lawyers, doctors and other professionals. Other employees are supposed to get overtime if they work more than 40 hours a week. In most cases, disputes happen when employers intentionally misclassify an employee in order to avoid paying overtime.

Our firm will look at pay stubs, time sheets and other information to determine whether an employer is wrongfully classifying you as exempt or is holding back in paying you what you deserve.

If you need legal help for issues of employee misclassification, or other wage and hour claims, contact us at the Law Office of William M. Julien, P.A.. Call our firm for a free, initial consultation at 561-560-5597 or email us.