Our Wisconsin Wage Attorneys Will Fight for your Right to Agreed-Upon Wages

While both the federal FLSA and Wisconsin law protect an employee’s right to minimum wages and overtime pay, only Wisconsin law provides an employee with the right to receive any wages that the employer has agreed to pay them. This protection is critical to ensuring that employees receive the fair value agreed-upon for their work performed. Examples of agreed-upon wages under Wisconsin law include:

  • Salaries
  • Hourly rates greater than $7.25 per hour
  • Holiday Pay
  • Vacation Pay
  • Paid-Time Off (“PTO”)
  • Bonuses
  • Severance Pay
  • Supplemental Unemployment Benefits provided by a Collective Bargaining Agreement
  • Other Pay or Benefits set by an Employer’s Established Policies

Generally, where an employer has agreed to pay an employee in a particular manner for work that the employee has already performed, Wisconsin law protects the employee’s right to be paid for that work as previously agreed to by the employer.

Contact Us for to Win Your Agreed-Upon Wages

The experienced Wisconsin agreed-upon wage attorneys at Hawks Quindel have assisted thousands of employees in recovering their unpaid wages. If you suspect that your agreed-upon wage rights have been violated, our wage and hour team will provide you with a free case evaluation to answer your questions and evaluate your potential claims.

Please contact Hawks Quindel if you would like to discuss your wage rights under federal FLSA or Wisconsin wage and hour laws. Please call a Madison wage attorney directly at (608) 257-0040 or a Milwaukee wage attorney at (414) 271-8650, or email us via our Contact Page.

Our Wisconsin Wage Attorneys Will Fight for your Right to Agreed-Upon Wages

While both the federal FLSA and Wisconsin law protect an employee’s right to minimum wages and overtime pay, only Wisconsin law provides an employee with the right to receive any wages that the employer has agreed to pay them. This protection is critical to ensuring that employees receive the fair value agreed-upon for their work performed. Examples of agreed-upon wages under Wisconsin law include:

  • Salaries
  • Hourly rates greater than $7.25 per hour
  • Holiday Pay
  • Vacation Pay
  • Paid-Time Off (“PTO”)
  • Bonuses
  • Severance Pay
  • Supplemental Unemployment Benefits provided by a Collective Bargaining Agreement
  • Other Pay or Benefits set by an Employer’s Established Policies

Generally, where an employer has agreed to pay an employee in a particular manner for work that the employee has already performed, Wisconsin law protects the employee’s right to be paid for that work as previously agreed to by the employer.

Contact Us for to Win Your Agreed-Upon Wages

The experienced Wisconsin agreed-upon wage attorneys at Hawks Quindel have assisted thousands of employees in recovering their unpaid wages. If you suspect that your agreed-upon wage rights have been violated, our wage and hour team will provide you with a free case evaluation to answer your questions and evaluate your potential claims.

Please contact Hawks Quindel if you would like to discuss your wage rights under federal FLSA or Wisconsin wage and hour laws. Please call a Madison wage attorney directly at (608) 257-0040 or a Milwaukee wage attorney at (414) 271-8650, or email us via our Contact Page.

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