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We really do need a Wage Payment and Collection Act in Missouri
Here is what happens all too often: The employment relationship goes sour, and then at least three things happen —
So you go see lawyers, who tell you that the amount of money at stake is too little for the lawyer to devote 200 hours of time to winning your $5000 in lost pay and commissions and PTO time etc. — There is no generic law that lets us collect our fees in most cases, so employers commonly cheat people and get away with it. Welcome to Missouri, a “family-friendly” state.
What needs to happen
So, to the Missouri Legislature I say —- Enter the 21st Century — Stop being political lapdogs to the big commercial interests, and enact some helpful laws for the common working people of Missouri (But they won’t do that because they are a$$holes who do not care about employee rights — And YOU voted for them)
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