New Mexico moving to crack down on unpaid wage claims

New Mexico moving to crack down on unpaid wage claims

From left to right, New Mexico Workforce Solutions Secretary Bill McCamley, Albuquerque Mayor Tim Keller and District Attorney Raul Torrez discuss legal action against employers who violate state and city wage laws during a news conference Sept. 12 in Albuquerque. State and local labor officials are suing an Albuquerque restaurant over allegations that the business withheld wages from workers. Officials say the lawsuit is part of a new strategy to ensure wage laws are followed.

New Mexico moving to crack down on unpaid wage claims

From left to right, New Mexico Workforce Solutions Secretary Bill McCamley, Albuquerque Mayor Tim Keller and District Attorney Raul Torrez discuss legal action against employers who violate state and city wage laws during a news conference Sept. 12 in Albuquerque. State and local labor officials are suing an Albuquerque restaurant over allegations that the business withheld wages from workers. Officials say the lawsuit is part of a new strategy to ensure wage laws are followed.
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