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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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Administrative Exemption from Overtime Requirements — Raleigh Wage and Hour Employment Compensation Attorney

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Certain types of employees, despite working overtime for their company, are deemed to be “exempt” and are not eligible for overtime benefits from their employer under the Fair Labor Standards Act. Any employee employed at ...

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North Carolina Retaliatory Employment Discrimination Act (REDA) and Workers’ Compensation Claims

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The North Carolina Retaliatory Employment Discrimination Act (“REDA”) prohibits an employer discriminating or retaliating against an employee because he or she files or threatens a workers’ compensation claim. While ...

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Using IRS 20 Factor Test to Assist in North Carolina Wage and Hour Act, Employee-Independent Contractor Disputes

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The question of whether a business’s workers are employees or independent contractors is a common issue for Wake County small businesses.  A worker’s employment status creates numerous potential litigation exposures ...

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Employment Discrimination Basics

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Recently, I’ve received plenty of questions about employment discrimination cases. I suppose that this makes sense; with the economy still recovering, there are many layoffs and terminations taking place. Some of these ...

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