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When Your Employer Counts Breaks You Didn’t Take

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If you’re owed breaks, you need to take them. But when you’re nearing overtime and you begin to notice breaks being taken off your hours, and you didn’t take them, it’s time to take action. With the help of the Law Firm of Lyle B. Masnikoff & Associates, P.A., you don’t have to handle this situation alone.

The Law Protects Breaks…But Only the Ones You Actually Take

No matter where you work in Florida, you are allowed to have breaks. However, some employers may clock out employees for breaks they didn’t take, in an effort to save on payroll. This illegal act is one that can result in less money for you, money that you are entitled to have.

You can prove these situations with your timecards and your pay stubs. Whether you are looking for overtime pay, or just your regular pay, you deserve money for the time you have worked.

Contact the Law Firm of Lyle B. Masnikoff & Associates, P.A. today to find out what you can do to regain these unpaid wages. If you’re owed money, it’s time your employer paid the lost wages.

At the Law Firm of Lyle B. Masnikoff & Associates, P.A., you can speak with an attorney who provides legal services regarding workers’ compensation, social security disability, and personal injury matters to South Florida residents in areas including Palm Beach, Wellington, Boca Raton, Pompano Beach, Miami, Orlando, Kissimmee, Port Saint Lucie, Stuart, Fort Pierce and Ft. Lauderdale. The hiring of a lawyer is an important decision that should not be based upon advertisements.


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