Workers have the right to be fairly and adequately compensated for the amount of work done according to the wages and hours legislation in Los Angles, California. Nevertheless, not all employers obey such regulations with some guided by greed and the desire to reduce the cost of production at the expense of their employees.
If your rights are breached, you can sue your employer and at Broslavsky & Weinman, LLP we are happy to help you with your case. We have several qualified employment lawyers who know that wage and hour violations are illegal and can harm the welfare of the employee. For this reason, the wage and hour attorneys at Broslavsky & Weinman, LLP will help underpaid workers receive fair compensation as well as hold their bosses accountable for breaking the law.
Salaries and hour violations are complex and can take various forms; however, the most common include not being paid overtime dues, lack of adequate breaks, failure to be paid minimum wage, not classifying employees correctly as either exempt or non-exempt, inability to receive commissions and bonuses earned, and inadequate re-compensation for work-related expenses.
Moreover, it against the California law to retaliate against a worker who queries their unpaid wages or decides to file a suit against his superior for violating his wage and hour rights. As such, do not be afraid to fight for your rights and allow your employer to continue stealing your hard earned money as the law is on your side.
At Broslavsky & Weinman, LLP, we are aware of employees’ entitlements, perils and rewards at all stages and will offer you top representation to ensure you emerge victorious. Moreover, we also keep you in the loop by having clear and continuous communications so that you do not feel left out. Good communications are vital in wages and hour violations law suits.
Therefore, if you feel that your boss is violating your salaries and hour rights contact us today on 310 773-3369 to book a free consultation where one of our expert lawyers will examine your facts to access whether you have a valid case or not.