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What exactly is wage theft?

If you're an employee that works hard, then you expect to get paid fairly for what you do. It's more than discouraging if you notice that your pay is lower than what you expected when you eventually receive your paycheck. It may be downright illegal. This type of impropriety is known as wage theft. There are a few common ways that employers engage in this.

What constitutes national origin discrimination?

If you ever stop to read the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) and other disclosures at the bottom of a job vacancy, application or another employment document, you'll likely notice that it mentions different grounds on which employers are prohibited from discriminating against prospective or existing employees. National origin is one category listed. Discrimination on these grounds can take on many different forms.

Has your employer improperly classified you as a contractor?

The general landscape of the American workforce has changed drastically in recent years. In a departure from full-time jobs with benefits followed by a retirement with a pension, many Americans now juggle multiple part-time jobs or gigs in an attempt to provide for themselves and their families. Many workers have to continue to work indefinitely, with no real retirement in sight.

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