Are You Not Getting Paid for Working?

Bar Association ApprovedMost employers are diligent about the boundary between work and pay. Some employers, however, do not honor California Labor laws and do not pay workers for the time or activity they should be paid for.

While The Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) protects workers from being deprived of fair payment by their employers for their time, wage and hour violations still take place in high tech industries, food industry jobs, construction jobs and hotel jobs.

To determine if you are not getting paid for working, ask yourself the following questions:

If you answered yes to one or more of these questions, your employer may be illegally holding back from paying you the wages you deserve.

It can be difficult and sometimes frustrating to recover wages from an employer. In most cases, employers use the defense that they simply overlooked payment and don't admit to a wage and hour violation. In cases like these, it is advised to speak to an employment lawyer who has experience with wage and hour violations. Employment lawyers can look into what type of job was involved, how many hours you worked and how much you were paid for doing that work. Employment lawyers can also help you find out what your options are for getting fair compensation.

If you are not getting paid for working, contact Attorney Search Network to speak to an experienced employment lawyer. We can help you find an employment lawyer who can represent you in settlement negotiations and litigate disputes.

If you have any questions about the information provided above, please contact Attorney Search Network.

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