How Employers Break Wage And Hour Laws
If you are a California employee who gets paid by the hour, you know that sometimes employers may try to avoid paying you the wages you have rightfully earned, or blur the boundaries between exempt and non-exempt employees if it is to their advantage. Examples of this include:
- Not getting paid overtime for more than 40 hours of work per week
- Being falsely called a “supervisor” so you will be paid a lower total salary when you should be getting an hourly rate with overtime
- Being told to work “off the clock” without compensation
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At Licata & Yeremenko, our wage and hour attorneys are dedicated to getting clients the compensation they are entitled to for their hard labor. With a comprehensive knowledge of state and federal laws, union guidelines, and minimum wage laws, our employment wage and hour lawyer in California provide aggressive representation that gets results.
Our approach with clients is to investigate what has actually occurred on the job, encouraging written documentation of all illegal activities whenever possible. We represent wage and hour cases at all levels of play and will be happy to discuss your case with the utmost discretion.