Employment & Compensation
If your employer fails to adhere to wage and hour regulations, the infractions may seem small – an hour here, an hour there – but they can add up: In 2018, the average violation exceeded $1,150, more than four times a typical retail paycheck.
Employees have the right to be paid a minimum wage for each hour worked, to be paid a premium for overtime work, and to be paid fairly based on their work, regardless of gender or ethnicity. Stueve Siegel Hanson’s attorneys are committed to protecting employees’ rights to the wages they are owed.
Our firm has secured more than $300 million in wages and penalties for our clients through class and collective actions. Because we work on a contingency fee basis, we can represent all qualified individuals, regardless of their ability to pay. We advance the expenses required to get your case to settlement or verdict, and consultations are always free.
Our work in Employment and Compensation spans several categories:
You can view our current investigations here.
Moreover, Stueve Siegel Hanson represents senior executives in transition. Recognized by The National Law Journal as a “Trailblazer” initiative, our Executive Separation practice negotiates and litigates on behalf of corporate and non-profit leaders who are terminated or depart their current positions.
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