Charter schools continue to be among the biggest violators of our nation’s wage an overtime laws. Many charter schools in Pennsylvania and elsewhere fail to pay time and one-half overtime compensation to their dedicated employees. We stand up for the rights of these employees. In this regard, we are proud to announce that we obtained a judgment on behalf of six hourly employees who were employed by a Philadelphia charter school as bus attendants and janitors. Many charter schools assert that they are more “efficient” than public schools. But violating the overtime laws is not efficiency; it is illegality. If you are a charter school employee who has been denied overtime pay, we would be delighted speak with you confidentially and free of charge.
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