Saint Cloud, MN asked in Employment Law for Minnesota

Q: I have to pick up truck at shop..stay on their direction all personal diviation.portal act..they pay all day?

Hourly in MN..painter

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A: If you are asking whether you need to be paid for the time spent driving from the company's shop with the work truck to the job site, and between job sites throughout the day, your employer should be compensating you for that drive time. You should contact an employment lawyer in your area to discuss your situation in more detail. You may have a claim for unpaid wages under the Fair Labor Standards Act and Minnesota law.

Paul Lelii
Paul Lelii
  • Bloomington, MN
  • Licensed in Minnesota

A: Hello Sir. Sorry, your employer has allegedly engaged in Wage Theft. If you wish to consult with me, check out my web site; where you can fill out the form or you can contact me via phone. I am a Minnesota lawyer handling wage and hour cases. My name is Paul Lelii 651-587-9663

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