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What should I do if my boss mistreats me?

Your job may be difficult. If you work long hours doing heavy lifting or standing on your feet all day, you may think it is a hard way to make a living, but you aren't afraid of hard work. You think of your family, the things they need and the things you want to be able to give them. So you go to work, and you try not to complain.

However, if you think that your boss treats you differently than the way he or she treats your co-workers, you may feel confused or angry. If your boss is unkind or makes unfair decisions about your duties, your workload or your pay, you may be a victim of discrimination.

Understanding regulations relating to work breaks

Working numerous hours a day often proves tiring. Though you may enjoy your work, you likely enjoy down time and the ability to take a break when necessary. Unfortunately, some workers may have their rights violated if employers do not comply with employment laws relating to meal and rest breaks. Certain stipulations apply to requirements relating to employers providing breaks.

Have you been the victim of wage theft?

As an employee, you work hard to earn your rightful wages. You are entitled to fair compensation for the hours worked or the tasks completed. Therefore, if you find that your employer has cheated you out of your compensation due to wage theft, you may wish to determine what steps could help you rectify these wrongful actions.

There are several different ways in which you and other workers could wrongfully lose out on pay. Awareness regarding types of illegal actions can help you recognize when employers fail to comply with wage laws and regulations.

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