Cantrell Zwetsch attorneys prosecute wage violation claims for workers who are forced to work off-the-clock without pay. Federal and state laws require that workers get paid for all hours that employers “suffer and permit” them to work. If employers require their employees to come in early before their shift or stay late past their shift and only pay them for the shift hours, the employees are owed wages for the pre- and post-shift work time. Such off-the-clock work is rampant in the restaurant industry, retail establishments, and sales and customer services jobs.

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