Your Employer May Be Stealing Money From You

  • By Edward Barlow
  • 15 Jul, 2017
It’s possible that you may have been, or might become the victim of the billon dollar industry of "wage fraud" - employers take money from your paycheck through uncompensated work hours in more. When you think of a criminal you think of a burglar, a thief, and so on, but what about... your employer?

Employers who do not pay their employees the benefits and wages guaranteed to them by the law are the biggest criminals. Some of the most populated states in the USA have close to, $8 billion every year taken from an estimated 2.4 million people due to wage fraud.

Sources in the justice system feel that the likelihood of you becoming a victim of wage fraud has increased because of things like mandatory arbitration. This is the unspoken and most commonly an unknown action of waving your right to trail by jury and any related disputes with your employer of any manner must be handled via arbitration.

Many times by signing mandatory papers during your application process you agree to these terms unknowingly.

These are some of the 7 sneaky ways employers are taking money out of your pocket.

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