Blog Posts in 2016

How to Submit a Minimum Wage Violation Claim in Texas

Are you bringing home less at the end of your pay schedule than you anticipated? Are you finding unexplained gaps in your hours worked? What about random little deductions that you don’t ...
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Texas Payday Law - What Is It?

In Texas, anyone who is compensated for services of any kind, except close relatives and independent contractors, is considered an employee. Any employee in Texas is covered by the Texas Payday Law, ...
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What to Look for If You Think Your Being Underpaid

Most everyone will admit that they’d like to get paid a little more for the work they do. But for some people, the sentiment is less of a workplace musing and more of a serious concern. ...
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Connect with Moore & Associates Online

At Moore & Associates, we are committed to assisting our clients with all of their employment law needs. With nearly 15 years of experience, you can count on the services we offer to ensure that ...
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Wage & Overtime Rights for Homecare Workers

One of the fastest growing career fields in the country is that of direct care workers as more and more elders hit the retirement age each year. It may come as an unwelcome surprise then that the ...
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EEOC Proposes Changes to EEO-1 Report, Employers Frustrated

In January 2016, the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) proposed significant changes to annual EEO-1 reports in an attempt to pinpoint causes and incidents of pay discrimination across the ...
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Hiring an Employment Attorney & The Questions You Should Ask First

Lawsuits between you and your employer are sure to strike a few nerves as matters progress. You trusted them to take care of you and pay you fairly for doing your work, but somewhere along the line, ...
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Do I Have a Wage-Hour Dispute, and Will I Need a Lawyer?

Employers and their parent companies don’t just stumble into their positions of power or get there by luck. They need to have some familiarity with running a business and a considerable set of ...
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EEOC Charge of Discrimination Time Limits

If you believe that you have been a victim of discrimination in the workplace due to a protected characteristic such as race, color, national origin, religion, sex, age, or disability, you can take ...
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