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Employment Law Services in Las Vegas, NV

Understanding Employment Law in Las Vegas, NV

Are you facing legal issues with your employer? At Price Beckstrom, PLLC, we are here to help. We have a deep understanding of the employment law in Las Vegas, NV, and we will use this knowledge to protect your rights to a safe and fair workplace. Our team is ready to support you throughout your legal proceedings. Contact our firm today to discuss the issues you are having at work, and let our team get you the fair treatment and compensation you deserve.

Helping You Receive Unpaid Wages and Overtime

Under federal labor laws, you are entitled to receive wages for time worked as well as generally receive overtime pay for any extra shifts or hours. If your employer refuses to pay your wages or has discriminated against you in any other way, then our team is here to help. Our experienced employment lawyers will work diligently to ensure you are receiving the full payment you are owed by your employer.

Contact us when you need a skilled and experienced team to handle your employment law case. We proudly serve clients in Las Vegas, NV, and surrounding areas.

Labor Law Attorney In Las Vegas, NV

Labor & Employment Law Services

In 2008, researchers conducted a comprehensive survey and found workplace violations were severe and widespread in some labor markets. The survey revealed that:

  • In the sample, 26% percent of workers were paid less than the legally-required wage.
  • Over a quarter of workers in the sample who worked more than 40 hours in a week were not paid the legally required overtime rate.
  • Violation rates vary by industry and occupation. They are higher for childcare workers, apparel and textile manufacturing workers, and personal and repair services workers.
  • Women are more likely than men to experience violations, and foreign-born workers were more likely than US-born workers to experience violations. Contact a labor law attorney today.

"A person shall not willfully refuse or neglect to pay the wages due and payable when demanded... nor falsely deny the amount or validity thereof." - NRS 608.190

Read through this document for more information: Broken Laws, Unprotected Workers