Violations of Indiana's Minimum Wage Law of 1965 include:
• Discharging or discriminating against an employee for trying to recover wages due;
• Paying or agreeing to pay an employee less than the applicable minimum wage; or
• Failing to meet recordkeeping requirements.
An employer that violates the state's wage payment laws may be ordered to pay wages due, attorneys’ fees, and court costs. If it is found that the employer’s failure to pay wages was done in good faith, no liquidated damages are owed; but if the employer did not act in good faith, the employer will also owe the employee liquidated damages equal to double the amount that the employer owes the employee in wages.