Back Wages for Home Health Workers in Texas
Unpaid Wages, Incentives & Bonuses for Texas Home Care Workers
Home health workers, like any other employees, are entitled to receive at least the minimum wage and overtime pay as per the provisions of the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) and Texas state labor laws. If an employer fails to pay home health workers their rightful wages or violates wage and hour laws, the workers may be entitled to back pay for the hours they worked but were not compensated correctly. The Texas Workforce Commission or the Federal Department of Labor can assist in resolving wage disputes and recovering back wages for affected workers.
Last year the Department of Labor recovered $1,046,685 in unpaid wages for Texas home health workers in Pharr, San Juan, & Laredo. The home care agencies were found in violation of a variety of wage and overtime laws.
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