YourWorkRights.com Offers Crucial Employment Violation Advice for All Workers - Recommends How to Watch for an Array of Workplace Violations

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Sokolove Law launches a wage and hour social web community - YourWorkRights.com - that provides employees in all industries with user-friendly information, guidance and tips on potential violations and the steps needed to fight back.

“When you work hard to earn a living, you should receive the proper compensation, ..." said Jim Sokolove, Founder, Sokolove Law

Sokolove Law LLC, the leader in reinventing how people obtain legal services, announced that its Wage and Hour social web community - YourWorkRights.com - has launched and is now providing a resource on workplace violations. Employees from all industries can now find user-friendly information, guidance and tips on potential violations and the steps needed to fight back.

In a down economy, many employers attempt to cut costs and therefore the rate of workplace violations is significant. According a to a recent wage and hour study of low-wage workers in America’s largest cities1, 26% of workers were paid less than the legally required minimum wage and of those who worked more than 40 hours during a given week, 76% were not paid the legally required overtime by their employers.

YourWorkRights.com offers the essential tools a worker needs to know to assess his or her individual or group situation. The site covers topics ranging from overtime violations, wage violations, unpaid time, misclassification of employees to state-by-state court case review and employee anecdotes of workplace violations. The workplace violations blog also offers in-depth views and stories of multiple workplace violations from well-known contributors.

“When you work hard to earn a living, you should receive the proper compensation. Unfortunately, it’s all too common that the laws designed to protect hard-working Americans are being violated by an increasing number of employers. We’re proud to offer a safe and informative resource for workers who feel they are being violated,” said Founder Jim Sokolove, Sokolove Law.

To learn more about specific workplace violations and how to take legal action for workplace violations, please visit YourWorkRights.com.

1.    Annette Bernhardt, e. a. (2009). Broken Laws, Unprotected Workers: Violations of Employment and Labor Laws in America’s Cities.

*Source: Broken Laws, Unprotected Workers – Violations of Employment and Labor Laws in America’s Cities, published 2009

About Sokolove Law
For nearly 30 years, Sokolove Law has reinvented how people obtain legal services. Our mission is to provide equal access to the civil justice system while ensuring superior quality legal representation. As a pioneer in legal advertising, Sokolove Law has grown to be the largest marketer of legal services in the country. Our proven business model matches particular client needs to the more than 400 law firms that we work with. The result is success for our clients and co-counsel. Sokolove Law operates as a limited liability company in all states except Virginia, California, Michigan, and Tennessee, where it operates as a limited liability partnership. Learn more about Sokolove Law at http://www.sokolovelaw.com.

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Cynthia Cooper
Sokolove Law
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Amanda Schuneman
Weber Shandwick
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