IT Misclassification Lawyer
Many IT employees in Florida are required to work during nights and weekends. Unfortunately, misclassified employees often work without receiving overtime compensation, which is a violation of state employment laws. Companies may send employees home with work in order to meet deadlines or will give them workloads that are not possible to complete in a 40-hour work week.
If you are not receiving overtime pay for hours that you worked, it is important that you uphold your legal rights and with the help an experienced attorney. At the Law Office of William M. Julien, P.A., in Boynton Beach, we have extensive experience handling a wide range of employment law matters. We can help you understand your rights and options under the law.
IT Worker Misclassification Attorney
The misclassification of employees, especially those in the IT industry, is a serious problem. Employees are often not getting the compensation they deserve for overtime work. Some employees are legitimately exempt from receiving overtime pay, but in many cases, employees are mistakenly or purposefully classified incorrectly.
Our firm is dedicated to protecting employees’ rights, and as an employee in the information technology industry, we understand your unique circumstances. We will listen to your situation and tell you want you can do to pursue recovery and what your expectations should be of the potential outcome. Attorney William Julien can help you determine whether you have been subject to IT misclassification.
If you need legal representation for a Florida IT worker misclassification case, contact us at the Law Office of William M. Julien, P.A. Call our firm for a free, initial consultation at 561-560-7388 or email us.