The Bay Area is full or restaurants, food trucks and other eateries. People enjoy trying new things, or perhaps going for a night out to order an old favorite. The hard-working employees that make sure a restaurant provides good food, excellent hospitality and an enjoyable dining experience can be the difference between success and failure for a restaurant. Recently, a man that owned three popular restaurants was revealed to have committed wage and hour violations.
When Bay Area employees show up and clock in, they naturally expect that an employer will pay them appropriately and fairly for their hard work. Employees do their best to complete the tasks laid out before them, and in an economic climates where many Americans are living paycheck to paycheck every dollar counts. When an employer commits wage and hour violations, an employee can suffer financial woes and unnecessary stress.
Bay Area employees work hard for their wages. Especially in uncertain economic climates, finding and maintaining steady employment can feel like a job in and of itself. When an employer fails to pay a worker properly, the employee becomes the victim of wage and hour violations. This can be a devastating blow to an employee, both financially and mentally.
Bay Area employees work hard each day to earn an honest living. In uncertain economic times, finding full-time employment can be a dream come true. Unfortunately, sometimes, an employee may become the victim of wage and hour violations at his or her place of work.
Going out to eat is a nice treat, and Bay Area residents rely on the men and women in the food service industry to make the experience a pleasant one. Preparing and serving good food and providing prompt friendly service can set a restaurant apart from competitors. Men and women in the food service industry work hard but are sometimes the victims of wage and hour violations.
When there is an emergency, Bay Area residents know that they can call police, fire or EMS dispatchers at any time, day or night. Dispatchers are the hard-working men and women that make sure help gets to a victim or a person in need as quickly as possible. These dedicated men and women often offer life-saving or safety advice over the phone while the person on the other end waits for help to arrive. Recently, it was made known that some of these invaluable employees have become victims themselves because of wage and hour violations.
Donald Trump has made the headlines again, but this time, his politics are not the focus. California has its share of golf courses, country clubs and the like, and Bay Area residents can rest assured employees at such establishments are known to work very hard to provide patrons with an enjoyable experience. Recently, one such place, owned by the Trump Organization, has come under fire in an investigation focusing on wage and hour violations.
Bay Area residents might have personal experience with a home health care worker. These hard-working men and women help to ensure that a person who is elderly, ill or seriously injured can maintain a comfortable existence in his or her own home. These workers can look after health needs, and ensure that a patient has access to proper hygiene, healthy food and anything else that can provide some semblance of a normal existence to those who cannot care for themselves. It has recently been discovered that the home health care industry is wrought with wage and hour violations, making it difficult for these workers to complete the task at hand.
Most Bay Area residents have come to rely on smart phones for many tasks that were once considered tedious. These days, anything from checking the weather to paying a bill can be done with a simple click or swipe. Technology seems to be constantly updating, and certainly seems to be the way of the future, but the industry still relies on hard-working employees to sell plans and devices, or help a customer in person. Recently, wage and hour violations against such employees were discovered.
Bay Area residents probably frequent local supermarkets to pick up a weekly supply of food and other household supplies. While most shoppers may think that an employee is properly paid for his or her hard work, this assumption is not always true. Recently, one supermarket was found to be in violation of laws meant to protect employees, including wage and hour violations.