Wage & Hour

Non-compliance with wage and hour laws can have serious consequences, including backpay, liquidated damages, penalties and attorney’s fees.  Violations can also lead to extremely costly class and collective action litigation.  Generally, wage and hour disputes involve the following:

  • Misclassification of salaried employee
  • Lunch and break periods
  • Off the clock work
  • Bonuses and commissions
  • Compensable time
  • Salary basis test
  • Interns and volunteers
  • Joint employment
  • Independent contractor status
  • Proper overtime rate
  • Time keeping
  • Wage deductions

Rose Kallor regularly advises our varied clients in minimizing exposure through the development of policies and practices, self-initiated preventative audits of positions and pay practices and strategic planning. In the event of litigation or government investigations, we will work with our clients to protect their interests and minimize potential exposure.