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1 Decide if a Wage Claim is the Best Option. 2 Prepare the Wage & Hour Claim. 3 Gather Supporting Documents. 4 Locate the Local DLSE Office & File the Claim. 5 Attend the Settlement Conference. 6 Wait for a Notice of Hearing. 7 Attend the DLSE's Berman Hearing.
1 Decide if a Wage Claim is the Best Option. 2 Prepare the Wage & Hour Claim. 3 Gather Supporting Documents. 4 Locate the Local DLSE Office & File the Claim. 5 Attend the Settlement Conference. 6 Wait for a Notice of Hearing. 7 Attend the DLSE's Berman Hearing.
In a wage claim, you can collect wages that your employer failed to pay, for things like overtime, commissions and bonuses, travel time, business expenses, meal and rest breaks, unauthorized deductions from your paycheck, and delays in providing your final paycheck.
If you have questions or concerns, you can contact us at 1-866-487-9243 or visit www.dol.gov/agencies/whd. You will be directed to the nearest WHD office for assistance. There are WHD offices throughout the country with trained professionals to help you.
Contact the Department of Labor. You should call the Department of Labor (DOL) at 1-866-487-9243. You will then be transferred to a local office. There are over 200 local offices around the country. Your local office will help you complete a claim for unpaid wages.
Check if you are eligible. There are some issues Employment Standards can't help with. Create an account. Provide information. Notify your employer. Submit your complaint.
By Telephone. Although we do not take charges over the phone, you can get the process started over the phone. You can call 1-800-669-4000 to discuss your situation. A representative will ask you for some basic information to determine if your situation is covered by the laws we enforce and explain how to file a charge.
keep your letter to the point. You need to give enough detail for your employer to be able to investigate your complaint properly. keep to the facts. never use abusive or offensive language. explain how you felt about the behaviour you are complaining about but don't use emotive language.
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