Ohio and FLSA Overtime Attorneys – Non-exempt, hourly employee challenges Thor Industries and Airstream’s Failure to Pay All Overtime Wages Due when employees receive bonuses

Ohio and FLSA Overtime Attorneys file Collective and Class Action Lawsuit against Thor Industries, Inc. and Airsteam for their joint failure to fully pay all overtime wages due to their employees. On March 1, 2018, the law firms of  Bryant Legal, LLC and Coffman Legal, LLC filed a First Amended Collective and Class Action Complaint against Defendants

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Ohio Raises the Minimum Wage in 2018 to $8.30 per hour

Columbus, Ohio and Toledo, Ohio Minimum Wage Attorneys – Bryant Legal, LLC The minimum wage in Ohio was raised in 2018. In Ohio, non-tipped employees must now be paid no less than $8.30 per hour (not including overtime). In order to comply with Ohio law, employers must pay Ohio employees at least an amount equal

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Are You Entitled to Overtime Compensation?

Federal and Ohio Overtime Attorneys – Bryant Legal, LLC As your Toledo, Ohio and Columbus, Ohio overtime attorneys, workers regularly inquire about whether or not they are properly being paid pursuant to the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) and Ohio law. The FLSA is complex, and it is not always easy to know whether you may

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Non-exempt, service technicians challenge Camping World’s Failure to Pay Overtime Wages

Ohio and FLSA Overtime Attorneys file Collective Action Lawsuit against Camping World (Camping World, Inc., FreedomRoads, LLC, and Sirpilla RV Centers, LLC) for failure to pay service technicians overtime wages. On October 17, 2017, the law firms of Bryant Legal, LLC and Coffman Legal, LLC filed a Collective Action Complaint against Defendants FreedomRoads, LLC and

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Unpaid Overtime Frequently Asked Questions

FLSA and Ohio Unpaid Overtime Wages Attorneys Are you wondering whether you are not getting paid properly by your employer under the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA)? If so, below are a number of responses to frequently asked questions and/or myths that might help address your situation as it relates to your wages. If your

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Recordkeeping for Computing Wages under the FLSA

Federal and Ohio Unpaid Wages Attorneys:  Recordkeeping As Columbus, Ohio and Toledo, Ohio unpaid overtime and minimum fair wage attorneys, it is important to provide an overview of the importance of recordkeeping as it applies to all hours worked so that your employer can properly pay you the compensation you deserve. Oftentimes, failure to adhere

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Does Title VII and Ohio law Prohibit Discrimination/Retaliation Based on Sexual Orientation (Gay, Lesbian, Bi-sexual, Transgender)?

Ohio Sexual Orientation Discrimination Attorneys: Sexual orientation discrimination continues to be a contentious civil right facing millions of Americans. Courts around the country have continued the movement towards protecting employees against discrimination and/or retaliation because of sexual orientation (gay, lesbian, bi-sexual, or transgender). At some point in the future, federal and Ohio law will provide full protection

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Sexual Harassment – Top 10 Steps To Take If You Are a Victim of Workplace Sexual Harassment

Ohio Sexual Harassment and Sex Discrimination Attorneys As a reminder, Federal and Ohio law make it unlawful to harass a person (an applicant or employee) because of that person’s sex. Harassment can include “sexual harassment” or unwelcome sexual advances, requests for sexual favors, and other verbal or physical harassment of a sexual nature. Harassment does not

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Ohio National Origin Discrimination Update: EEOC Issues New Enforcement Guidance

In the wake of a particularly divisive Presidential election where immigration was a frequent topic, the purpose of this post is to provide a timely reminder of the law prohibiting national origin discrimination in all aspects of employment. This post also provides a brief overview of how the new Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (“EEOC”) enforcement

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Overtime Compensation – Misclassification of Salaried Employees

Ohio and Federal Unpaid Overtime Attorneys Fair Labor Standards Act: Unpaid Overtime Wages due to the Misclassification of Salaried Employees As I previously posted, here, the U.S. Department of Labor’s amended regulations to the Fair Labor Standard Act (“FLSA”) will become effective on December 1, 2016. Under these new regulations, employees across the nation must earn

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