Employers must comply with specific federal and state laws regarding the payment of wages. If your employer does not follow these laws, you can get help from an attorney to take legal action, including filing a lawsuit if necessary, to recover the wages your employer owes you.
Learn more about the following wage and hour issues:
Below, you can find links in the F.A.Q. to many other wage and hour issues.
How Can I File a Wage and Hour Violation Claim?
If your claim involves a larger amount of money, then contacting an attorney is probably the best way to go so you can maximize what you recover. If the amount is smaller, then you might consider filing a wage and hour violation claim with the Nevada Labor Commissioner. If your employer owes you wages, then file a wage claim.
Before filing a wage claim, you have to make a “good faith attempt” to collect wages from your employer. Also, independent contractors are not allowed to file wage claims. If your employer does not owe you wages but has violated another wage and hour law, then file a complaint with the Labor Commission.
You can also file a complaint with the U.S. Department of Labor.
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