How Oil and Gas Workers are Cheated of Wages
HOUSTON, Texas. If you have worked in the oil and gas industry, chances are that you have put in longRead more.
Understanding Wrongful Termination
HOUSTON, Texas. Losing any job, getting laid off, or getting fired can be incredibly stressful. One of the things thatRead more.
Could You Be Entitled to Receive a Six-Figure Oilfield Settlement?
HOUSTON, Texas. Oilfield workers can bring in six-figure salaries in Texas. For many of these workers, a job on theRead more.
Independent Contractor Misclassification on the Oilfield: What You Need to Know
HOUSTON, Texas. One of the ways that oilfield companies save money is by classifying workers as independent contractors. How youRead more.
Am I Entitled to Receive Overtime Pay for Working Christmas and New Year’s?
HOUSTON, Texas. It’s the holiday season. For some workers, this means added time off, while for others, especially those inRead more.
Department of Labor Finds that Oilfield Workers in Wyoming Were Not Paid Overtimes
HOUSTON, Texas. According to the Casper Star Tribune, an oilfield services company in Wyoming has been ordered to pay $1.2Read more.
How Sexual Harassment Not Only Reduces Women’s Wages but Ends Their Careers
HOUSTON, Texas. All too often we hear about how sexual harassment has cost men their careers. What is seldom discussedRead more.
Are You Owed Back Pay?
HOUSTON, Texas. Back pay is the term used to describe any wages you may be owed by an employer. InRead more.
Do Women in Non-Traditional Roles Face Greater Risk of Sexual Harassment?
HOUSTON, Texas. If you work in Texas’s oilfields or in the prison system, recent reports indicate that you might beRead more.
Do Our Lack of Definitions of Sexual Harassment Lead to Underreporting in the Workplace?
HOUSTON, Texas. The U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission defines sexual harassment as “unwelcome sexual advances, requests for sexual favors, andRead more.
What Roadblocks Do Women Face on the Road to Success?
HOUSTON, Texas. According to Business Insider, women, on average, make 80 cents for every dollar a man earns. The genderRead more.