We have a long record of representing employees within the warehouse and logistics industries. Warehouse workers often face a variety of employment rights violations, including:
Wage and Hour Violations: Many warehouse workers are paid low wages and are not paid for all the hours they work, including overtime. They may also be denied meal and rest breaks, as required by law.
Health and Safety Violations: Warehouse workers often face hazardous working conditions, such as heavy lifting, repetitive motions, and exposure to chemicals and other toxins. They may not have access to adequate protective gear or training, which can put their health and safety at risk.
Discrimination: Warehouse workers may face discrimination based on their race, gender, age, or other protected characteristics. They may be subjected to unequal pay or denied opportunities for promotion or advancement.
Retaliation: Workers who speak out about wage and hour violations, health and saf