Harrisburg Wage and Hour Lawyer
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Wage and Hour Law Basics: The federal government provides a minimum wage which covered workers must at least be paid. Some states and localities also go beyond this minimum that requires some employers to pay even higher wages. Yet not all workers are covered, and there are a variety of other relevant regulations that govern wages and hours in the workplace. The Harrisburg lawyer(s) at Clark & Krevsky LLC answer your important questions, on video, about wage and hour law in Pennsylvania. For answers to your legal questions about Wage and Hour Law, click on a question below, or to contact Clark & Krevsky LLC about Wage and Hour Law issues, use the form below or call (717) 609-4575.
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Law Firm InfoClark & Krevsky LLC
20 Erford Road, Suite 300A
Lemoyne, Pennsylvania 17043
About Our Firm
Every employee has certain basic rights, and businesses can minimize employment-related conflicts when those rights are protected. Whether you have been the victim of discrimination or your business needs to create or amend an employee handbook, an experienced lawyer can help you understand your rights and options. At Clark & Krevsky, we represent individuals and businesses across Pennsylvania involved in employment law and discrimination disputes. Dedicated to the rights of employees and employers, we can help you protect your rights and make smarter choices.
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The Pennsylvania lawyer(s) at Clark & Krevsky LLC offer their Wage and Hour Lawservices to residents of Dauphin County, Cumberland County, Lebanon County, York County, Perry County, Centre County, Adams County, Lehigh County counties; and the cities of Harrisburg, York, Lancaster, Mechanicsburg, Reading, Elizabethtown, and Gettysburg.