Syracuse Overtime Claims Attorney
You work hard to earn your money. When you go to work every day to support yourself and your family, you deserve to be paid fairly. This includes not only receiving an adequate wage but also being paid any overtime you work. At Gattuso & Ciotoli, PLLC, we are here to help when you need a Syracuse overtime claims attorney. We are dedicated to ensuring that you receive fair pay, so let us investigate your case today.
Why Choose Gattuso & Ciotoli, PLLC To Help Your Case?
If you have not received the correct overtime pay from your employer, you need an attorney with experience handling these cases. Gattuso & Ciotoli, PLLC is ready to help.
- We have more than 50 years of combined legal experience that we are ready to bring to your side. We will stand up to your employer.
- We have a history of successful results, and we thoroughly understand the tactics used by employers and their legal teams in these situations.
- We take Syracuse overtime claims cases on a contingency fee basis, which means our clients will not pay any legal fees until after we secured the compensation they deserve.
What Will A Syracuse Attorney Do To Help?
In order to properly investigate wage and overtime violations, a skilled Syracuse employment law attorney will be beneficial. An attorney will have the resources necessary to conduct a full investigation into any wage or overtime violations. They will obtain employment records, payment history, and other internal organizational documents to prove violations.
Once an overtime violation has been established, a Syracuse trial attorney will negotiate with the employer and/or the employer’s legal team to obtain the compensation their client needs.
Understanding Overtime Pay Requirements
Employers covered under the federal Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) must provide overtime pay to their employees. In general, an employer will fall under the FLSA if they generate more than $500,000 in annual sales. Many employers who are exempt from FLSA are still required to pay overtime under New York State Labor Law.
Under most circumstances, employees in New York are entitled to overtime pay if they:
- Have worked more than 8 hours in a single day
- Have worked more than 40 hours in a workweek
Overtime pay in New York is calculated based on the requirements under the FLSA. This means that eligible employees will be entitled to one and a half (1.5) times their regular hourly rate. For those who are more than 12 hours in a single day at the same job, they may be eligible to receive more than double their hourly rate.
Overtime pay for those on salary is a bit more challenging to calculate, but those individuals are still generally entitled to overtime pay so long as they are not exempt under federal or New York law.
What Kind Of Compensation Is Available?
If you or somebody you love has not been receiving overtime pay from an employer, you may be entitled to various types of compensation. At Gattuso & Ciotoli, PLLC, we are going to conduct a full investigation into these allegations so we can recover the following on your behalf:
- Any unpaid overtime wages you are owed
- Interest on any of those unpaid wages
- A waiting time penalty
- Your court costs and legal fees
Call A Skilled Syracuse Overtime Claims Lawyer
When you need a Syracuse overtime claims attorney, you can contact us for a free consultation of your case by clicking here or calling us at (315) 314-8000.