Hourly Workers

Do you suspect you are not being paid for ALL the hours you work?

Unfortunately, it’s surprisingly common for employers to save money – at your expense – by manipulating your timesheet data.

Common violations include:

  • Not paying overtime rates as required by law.
  • Not paying overtime at all.
  • Not properly tracking overtime hours worked.
  • Altering timesheet data.
  • Classifying managers as hourly workers to avoid providing certain benefits.


Under state and federal law you may also be entitled to other penalties. Depending on how long it’s been going on, and these claims can be significant.

You work hard for the money to cover your bills. Your family is dependent on your income. You can’t afford to be underpaid by your employer.

By law, employers are required to pay hourly workers for every minute they work.


If you are being cheated by your employer, we can get you the money you deserve. Contact us now at Call us now at (212) 961-7639 or send us an email! to discuss your pay-related issues.