Production and processing facility employees are guaranteed a minimum wage and overtime pay for hours worked outside of their normal shifts. While minimum wage concerns are not typically an issue in these settings, production and processing facilities employees are actually often denied the overtime pay they deserve. This is largely due to the fact that many of these employees engage in work activities outside of normal working hours without receiving compensation for their efforts.
In some instances, the amount of overtime pay denied to a worker can add up to a substantial amount, making it incredibly important for individuals who have been wrongfully denied overtime pay by their employers to take legal action.
TYPES OF EMPLOYMENT VIOLATIONS
Employees of production and processing facilities may encounter various types of employment violations, including:
- Unpaid Overtime
- Minimum Wage Violations
- Unlawful Paycheck Deductions
- Lunch Break Violations
- Off-the-Clock Work
These violations, and other forms of uncompensated pay, may be grounds for an employee to seek a claim for damages.
If you or someone you know works in a production or processing facility and has been denied overtime pay for work performed outside of regular shift hours, or any other work time violation, we can help you fight for the wages you have earned. Speak with Attorneys Jason Knutson or Breanne Snapp at Habush Habush & Rottier today about fighting for the wages you deserve by calling 608-255-6663.