If you have a legitimate case against your company for violating state and federal wage and hour regulations, you are probably not alone at your place of employment. Many employers find it quite profitable to engage in unlawful business practices, assuming that workers won't notice or will be too reluctant to say anything about it. By joining together in an employment class action case, you add your voice to many other employees facing the same workplace issues.
In order for an employment class action case to move forward, a judge must first confirm that enough proof exists to indicate that all plaintiffs have sustained monetary damages for a comparable violation. Employers facing certified class action employment claims understand they must show up at the negotiating table with fair and full offers for compensation, or else they face significant penalties awarded by juries.
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