You May Be Owed Thousands of Dollars under New York Law
Minimum Wage Order for the Building Service Industry Sets the Minimum Wage for Supers
Are you working as a full-time or part-time super or a janitor at an apartment or residential building in New York City or across the state of New York? Even if you don’t live in the building, you may be owed thousands of dollars in back wages, as well as a higher pay rate for the work you’re doing now.
How to Know If You Have Been or Are Being Underpaid
There are specific laws in the state of New York governing the minimum wages for building workers such as supers and janitors. Anyone working as a super or janitor in a residential building in New York City (which includes most supers) must be paid a minimum of $10 per unit, not per hour per week.
- If the building has 40 units, you are entitled to $400 per week
- If the buildings has 60 units, you must be paid $600 per week
Even if they provide you an apartment!
Let Attorney Justin A. Zeller Help You Recover Full and Fair Compensation for Unpaid Wages
At the Law Offices of Justin A. Zeller, we have provided comprehensive employment law counsel to men and women in Staten Island, Brooklyn, Queens, the Bronx and Manhattan for nearly two decades. We understand the importance of providing for yourself and for your family and are committed to zealously protecting your rights.
To schedule your free consultation, contact us now:
- The Law Office of Justin A. Zeller, P.C.
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