SALT LAKE CITY, Utah — A federal judge recently ordered a Utah drywall company to pay back wages to hundreds of current and former workers who claim that the company shorted them on pay and violated various provisions of federal labor and wage laws.
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Check out our Final Rule illustration, and be sure to share the infographic with colleagues and employers who may be subjected to the new overtime pay laws.
SALT LAKE CITY — After an exhaustive five-year investigation into the employment practices of several Utah based construction companies, the U.S. Department of Labor has announced that over 1,000 workers have been awarded back wages and damages, according to KSL Utah.
These questions and answers cover the details surrounding the final rule, and address what’s included in the final rule, as well as compliance and communication strategies, budget implications and possible morale and productivity issues.
SALT LAKE CITY — If you are a Utah employee who was not paid for working overtime, you may be able to file an unpaid overtime lawsuit. These cases seek to force the employer, either past or present, to pay the employee the back unpaid wages for overtime hours that were not paid. Unpaid overtime […]
SALT LAKE CITY — The Utah Minimum Wage Act specifically set how much and when a worker must be paid. The laws are set forth by state statute and non-exempt employers must comply with these laws. There are numerous exceptions to these laws based upon the type of employment, the classification of the job, the […]