FLSA Claims, Overtime and Minimum Wage Claims
claims, that an employer didn't correctly pay overtime or minimum wages to an employee, are everywhere. Claims are frequently brought under the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA); though they can also be brought under certain state laws as well. Lawsuits under the FLSA may allege that an employee was forced to work off the clock, that a tipped employee performed non-tipped duties while getting paid at the tip credit rate, or that a salaried employee should have been paid on an hourly basis with overtime pay.
While the amount of pay at issue may be small, FLSA litigation can be quite costly because the law frequently doubles the damages and if the employee is successful, then the employer defending the FLSA claim usually has to pay for the employee's attorney's fees.
Some firms rely on FLSA attorneys and paralegals to compile these records, however, using data to reconstruct daily activity is the type of activity that computers are made for. jet.law makes use of modern tools to make sure the employee records are compiled efficiently and accurately.