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Fort Lauderdale Employment Lawyers

Serving Clients Throughout Broward County, Florida

USA Employment Lawyers represents clients in a wide variety of employment-related matters and disputes, ranging from wage disputes to unlawful termination to discrimination and claims of sexual harassment. Swift action is the bedrock of our South Florida practice. We are relentless in our pursuit of victory and are prepared to use any appropriate tactic to further your goals. If necessary, our employment attorneys can aggressively litigate your case at trial.

At USA Employment Lawyers, every client is our top priority, and we take each lawsuit personally. Our attorneys from Fort Lauderdale understand every situation is unique and each client deserves personalized, one-on-one attention. By limiting the kinds of cases we accept, we are able to give yours the utmost consideration.

If you are facing an employment-related dispute, contact our employment law attorneys online or by phone at (954) 266-0908 and request a confidential consultation.

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    Across Florida

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Offering an Innovative Approach

Laws governing employment in the United States, including the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA), continue to change. It is crucial that you have legal counsel with an employment law attorney who is experienced in this complex area of law.

USA Employment Lawyers is a law firm focused on employment disputes, and our clients can benefit from our extensive experience in this field. Because we work with employers as well as employees, our attorneys have the unique opportunity to anticipate what the other side will argue and can utilize proven tactics when representing you. We have aggressively represented individuals, small business owners, and large companies in state and federal courts throughout Florida. We work to swiftly resolve disputes and achieve the unique goals of every client.

Once you have retained us to represent you, we will zealously prepare your case and conduct any legal research or other investigation necessary to help bring about your desired outcome. Incorporating research into our strategy allows us to anticipate any potential legal issues that could arise—and prepares us to respond accordingly. At USA Employment Lawyers, we believe that knowledge is power. Our employment lawyers in Fort Lauderdale provide outstanding communication to our clients and work to keep you informed every step of the way.

Browse our practice areas to learn more about how our Fort Lauderdale employment attorneys can help, or call (954) 266-0908 to schedule a no-cost consultation with our team today.

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  • Thank you so much for your help through a very difficult time.

    “Mr. Richards assisted us with an FLSA defense. To be confronted with this type of a lawsuit is really demoralizing especially that when you've done nothing wrong. Mr. Richards helped me to accept that there are people out there that's not worth the anger and frustration that I was going through. He did his absolute best to make our situation bearable and kept his fees as low as he possibly could for which we are very grateful. He and his staff were very kind and helpful to the end. I recommend him highly.”

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  • We are grateful for his expertise and patience.

    “My adult daughter encountered threats from her former employer around a non-compete clause that she had unwittingly signed. Jordan was able to explain her risks and more importantly, find holes in her non-compete clause that made it impossible to enforce. He saved my daughter thousands of dollars and a great deal of stress by quickly and professionally handling her case. One year later, she is still happily employed by her new company and there were no further lawsuit threats from her former employer after Jordan became involved in the case. We are grateful for his expertise and patience.”

    Lisa B.

  • Listen, Jordan and his team are the best!

    “Listen, Jordan and his team are the best!”

    Tarique S

  • Mr. Richards is smart, thorough, full of integrity and is truly interested in helping his clients.

    “I put my trust in him and not only did I come away with a better scenario than I could have imagined, but I did so with as little stress as possible.”

    Larissa A.

  • He will treat you and defend you like you are family and I greatly appreciate that.

    “He began as simply being my lawyer but has quickly turned into a close friend.”

    Lucio D.

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Employment Law FAQs

  • How do I know if I have been harassed or discriminated against?
    Not all workplace harassment and discrimination is obvious; in some cases, it may be difficult to tell if your rights have been violated. If your boss or supervisor requests a sexual favor in return for a promotion or raise, this is harassment. If your coworkers create a hostile work environment by making inappropriate jokes or comments based on your appearance, sex, race, religion, or age, this also constitutes workplace harassment. If you are passed over for a job or a raise due to your sex or race, you have been discriminated against. Learn more about workplace sexual harassment and discrimination—as well as your rights—by browsing our website.
  • Can my employer pay me less than minimum wage?
    In most cases, all employers in the state of Florida must pay their employees the highest applicable minimum wage which, in this case, is the state’s minimum wage of $8.25 an hour. One exception to this involves tipped employees. Employers may pay tipped employees less than minimum wage if they choose to apply the “tip credit.” In such cases, it is assumed that the employee will make up the difference in tips. The tip credit in Florida is $3.02 an hour, meaning employers may pay tipped employees as little as $5.23 an hour.
  • Do I qualify for overtime wages?

    Overtime wages are available to employees who work more than 40 hours in one week. These workers are entitled to receive overtime wages of one and a half times their normal hourly rate of pay. However, there are certain exceptions to overtime, and not all employees are entitled to receive overtime wages.

    Visit our Overtime Wages page to learn more about overtime exemptions and whether or not you qualify for overtime wages.

  • Should I be compensated for working "off the clock," during lunch or at home?
    If you are working, you should be paid. You should be compensated for all work time, including time spent attending meetings, working while eating lunch at your desk, or working from home.
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