wage claim


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Noun1.wage claim - the wage demanded from management for workers by their union representatives
demand - an urgent or peremptory request; "his demands for attention were unceasing"
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wage claim

nrivendicazione f salariale
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In March 2010, the government was granted summary judgment on the settled wage claim and was awarded $553,807 in damages.
If an employee brings a wage claim at the DOL and prevails, in addition to the bonus amount, the DOL could award liquidated damages, which is an additional amount equaling the bonus owed.
Supporters of a higher minimum wage claim the increase will reduce poverty - and if that's the case, the parts of California with the greatest concentrations of low-wage workers will benefit the most.
OCEANIA: Oceania union members, who have taken industrial action over the last two months in support of their wage claim, will be considering a revised employer offer at report back meetings this month.
Eventually, Jose's attorney managed to get the restaurant's insurance to cover the medical bills, but he has no idea about the fate of his wage claim at the Labor Department.
6 per cent wage claim amid mounting anger from members who say they are faced with falling living standards and spiralling costs since the winter of 2009.
Unite said that its representatives were discussing a wage claim with XL as recently as last week, but the company then folded and employees were "left to hear of their fate through the media".
Interpreting Florida's law to require at least minimum wage for each hour worked would bring within its ambit the claims of many individuals otherwise ineligible from bringing a minimum wage claim based upon the total income they are paid in a workweek.