It all started when I WAS ASKED TO WORK A FEW MINUTES OFF-THE-CLOCK ...
Do you complete tasks before your "shift" starts, but aren't allowed to clock-in until your scheduled start time?
Are you required to record that you took a lunch break, even though you didn't?
Do you work after your shift ends, but have to clock-out at your scheduled end time?
If so, you may have a claim for unpaid wages in connection with working off-the-clock.
It's simple - you work, you get paid. Well, that's the theory. Hourly-paid employees, however, often aren't permitted to record all the time they spend working. This means they - and you - work "off-the-clock" and aren't being paid for all hours worked. Unless you're a volunteer, nobody works for free. Whether it's before or after work, during lunch or rest breaks, or on the weekends, if the work was performed for the benefit of your employer then it's work for which you must be paid.
Conway Legal will fight to recover your off-the-clock pay. We identify the abuse, obtain the evidence to support your claim, and follow through with all necessary action. Conway Legal has been involved in some of the biggest off-the-clock cases in the country. Plain and simple - if you worked the time, we'll move heaven and earth to get you the wages.