Kansas City Lawyers Representing Whistleblowers and Employees Nationwide

Working from Home

For employees who work from home, the line between work and personal life gets blurred by excessive duties that infringe upon your personal and family time. Working from home laws and company rules can be unclear.

Whether you work for an hourly wage or are a salaried employee, if you have racked up overtime by working from home and your efforts are not accounted for come payday, you likely have a legitimate wage and hour claim.

Kansas City Attorneys Know Working from Home Laws that Protect Employees

Based in Overland Park, Kansas, Brady & Associates provides proactive legal advice to work from home employees regarding their wage and hour concerns. The Attorneys at Brady & Associates have the experience and skills to help clients get the compensation they deserve for the extra work they do. As working from home becomes more and more prevalent, we will continue to stand by our clients to get their due rewards.

Is it possible that your employer does not even know the extent of all the "extra" work you accomplish away from the traditional office setting? If so, it is time they find out and pay you accordingly. Contact us by phone at (913) 696-0925, or complete our online form, to set up a free initial consultation by phone with one of our qualified attorneys.

Fluctuating Work Week

When working from home, many of our clients become accustomed to watching their home life get trampled as work duties go unchecked and trespass well into their evenings and weekends. Whether this occurs semi-regularly or routinely, or your employer has failed to come through with promised compensation time, you may have a wage and hour case as a telecommuting employee who doesn't always know how to quit at five o' clock.

Our attorneys will meet with clients after hours by appointment. Contact us to resolve your telecommuting situation.

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