Working Unpaid Overtime: Understand Day Rate Misclassification and Reclaim Your Back wages.
Learn more about how day rate misclassification can affect your wages.
There are countless reasons as to why you may not have been paid all your wages. The truth is that workers can be owed wages for a multitude of reasons. Each time you are not paid for work that you complete, it adds up. Often workers think, or are told by employers, that the small amount of money unpaid isn't worth collecting or won't add up to an amount that will make a difference. It's time to think again.
Wage theft occurs throughout all industries, so you are not alone. In 2021 over 36 million construction workers, 13.8 million healthcare workers, 34.7 million food service workers, and 13.4 million retail workers all filed to reclaim their unpaid wages. In the US alone, over $230 million was returned to workers from wage theft. Not only are you not alone, but you are also owed money for any overtime hours you have worked.
We have seen this happen to workers time and time again. We have fought over 1,800 cases and stood behind 100,000+ workers to right the wrong that has been done to them, to fight to get back the money that they deserve. We have won several multimillion-dollar settlements, including a $2.3 million day rate misclassification settlement, as well as a $2.25 million settlement in an off-the-clock case.
Learn more from our free misclassification day-rate case study that highlights:
- Common job titles that misclassify their day-rate worker
- Common wage violations
- Average payout for employees that are misclassified day rate workers
- A specific day rate misclassification case where we represented over 30 workers
We will stand by your side every step of the way and make sure that if you are owed wages for unpaid overtime, we will fight for you.
Download our free case study to see how we helped others before you, and how we can help you too.