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Off Duty, On Duty, and On-Call — Apex Employee Wages Lawyer

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Employees are entitled to compensation when “on duty.” This can be difficult to define since employees can be “on duty” if when inactive. For example, truck drivers who have to wait near the job site for goods to be ...

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Compensation for Travel Time — North Carolina Employee Wages Attorney

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The Portal-to-Portal Act provides that “walking, riding, or traveling to and from the actual place of performance of the principal activity or activities which such employee is employed to perform” is not included in the ...

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Nonpayment of Overtime to Mortgage Loan Officers

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Employers are required to pay their employees overtime for any hours worked over 40 each week. North Carolina and Federal law allow for exemptions from the rules for certain employees. Many companies wrongfully attempt to ...

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Handling North Carolina Wage Claims for Employee Unpaid Vacation Time

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States vary as to whether or not vacation pay or sick leave pay must be paid to employees when their period of employment ends with a company.  Although North Carolina does not require employers to provide paid time off, if ...

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North Carolina Wage and Hour Claim for Failure to Pay Minimum Wage

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The North Carolina Wage and Hour Act is a law designed to protect an employee’s right to receive fair compensation for his or her work. It is an important safeguard against business owners who fail to take care of their ...

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Wage Disputes Under the Wage and Hour Act

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The North Carolina Wage and Hour Act is an important civil statute for business owners and employees to have some basic understanding of; as the penalties associated with violating it are fierce. Business owners who violate ...

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