LOSS PREVENTION MANAGER & ASSET PROTECTION MANAGER OVERTIME LAWYER
We are currently conducting a nationwide investigation into companys' alleged violations of federal law for failure to pay its Loss Prevention Managers & Asset Protection Managers overtime wages for working more than 40 hours a week.
If you are a current or former Loss Prevention Manager or Asset Protection Manager and were paid a salary but you did NOT get paid extra for working Overtime please complete our short CONFIDENTIAL contact form on the right side of this page or call us immediately at TOLL FREE 1.800.467.4000 for a FREE, no-obligation consultation of your potential wage and overtime claims.
There are NO ATTORNEYS FEES unless you recover.
There are no attorney’s fees unless you recover, in which case those charges are paid from your share of the recovery. If there is no recovery, you will not be responsible for any attorney’s fees, court costs or litigation expenses.
It is ILLEGAL for employers to fire employees for making overtime claims.
Under federal law the employer can be punished with criminal penalties. The Fair Labor Standards Act prohibits employers from retaliating against any current or former employee who elects to participate in any proceeding asserting their rights provided under the law.
You DO NOT need to prove you worked overtime.
You do not need to have proof of the hours you worked. If the employer does not keep accurate time records, most courts allow the employee to make a good faith estimate of overtime hours. So even if you did not keep your pay records, or did not always clock in or out, the court will generally accept a good faith estimate of your hours.
Even if you’re paid a salary or are in management, if you work overtime your employer may be required to pay you overtime wages. Many companies illegally classify employees as “exempt” to avoid paying overtime wages.
Loss Prevention Managers who work for the following employers are urged to contact our Law Firm for information:
It is illegal for employers to fire workers for making overtime claims. Under federal law the employer can be punished with criminal penalties. The Fair Labor Standards Act prohibits employers from retaliating against any current or former employee who elects to participate in any proceeding asserting their rights provided under the law.
HERE'S HOW WE WORK
Once you complete the Form above we will review your facts and contact you. Rest assured your information remains CONFIDENTIAL & PRIVATE. We understand the sensitive nature of your situation and will protect your privacy as we answer your questions and investigate your case.
We will gather further information from you as we determine whether filing a lawsuit on your behalf would be appropriate. We won't begin working on your case until you hire us by signing our Retainer Agreement which outlines all the details of our relationship. We will discuss all your options with you and answer any questions you may have.
We know this may all seem a bit confusing and perhaps a little overwhelming - don't worry! We will be with you every step of the way, handling all the paperwork and details. So fill out the Form above and let us help you get the answers and compensation you deserve.