how do i file a complaint against an employer?

my company lost a government contract that put the employees out of a job. i had 10 years with this company and the last year i worked 10 months for them into the new vacation period and i was due a vacation june 19, 2006 when the contract was lost on april 30,2006. when i inquired about getting a prorated vaction pay, i was told they had requested my money but the government had not paid them so the could not pay me. i believe they are trying not to pay me.

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  • 1 decade ago
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    go armed. labor board, state's attorney general, better business bureau, and contact clarkhoward.com. you can also hear clark howard on the radio. consumer reports likes to hear about poor employers as does AARP. watch out for backlash. get advice from a lawyer- the first visit is usually for free. labor lawyer.

    good luck

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  • 1 decade ago

    You can file a complaint with the better business bureau in your state;

    www.bbb.org

    or if the amount of money you lost is substantial, then contact an attorney who specializes in this field and they can advise you on what legal options you have in working with your employer;

    Try this website to get some quick answers to your questions and good luck

    http://employment.findlaw.com/employment/employmen...

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  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

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  • 1 decade ago

    The labor board might help but an attorney is the way to go if it's worth the price

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  • 1 decade ago

    Contact the labor board in your state and request them to look into it. They love to catch companies giving employees the shaft.

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  • 4 years ago

    properly I artwork in NorCal myself and the situations are such using fact human beings want the artwork and the money genuine undesirable. people who will artwork in many cases ought to hold down a minimum of two jobs just to make it artwork and advantages are unheard of. the 1st element you do is touch the state hard artwork board. they have an internet site with all styles of information. the subsequent element you're able to do is touch a hard artwork Union and spot in case you qualify to connect them as a laborer. (this is a million% of you month-to-month gross income and properly worth it!). they gained't want a union laborer on internet site, i'm particular. not less than the union can supply you suggestion (or the place to get it) on hard artwork rules and who enforces them. stable success, it is happening lots up right here in Norcal.

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  • Bawney
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    1 decade ago

    Go to your state's labor board.

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  • myste
    Lv 4
    1 decade ago

    your state labor or workforce commission can help you for free.

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  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    try the better buisness bureau

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