California Misclassification Attorneys
Are you misclassified as exempt?
Being classified as a non-exempt employee can make a significant difference in your pay. Some companies intentionally misclassify employees as exempt, in order to avoid overtime pay and to save on labor costs.
The term “exempt” only applies to a limited number of employees in any company. Your job tasks determine whether your employer can classify you as exempt from overtime pay regulations, not the sign on your cubicle wall or the title given to you.
Marlin & Saltzman, has been helping workers fight back against illegal classification as exempt employees for many years. We are a class action litigation firm that represents groups of workers who have the same or similar claims against their current or former employer. With offices in Los Angeles County, we have become a preeminent employment law and consumer class action law firm specializing in litigation in California and across the United States. Over the past 30 years, we have secured recoveries totaling over $850 million for our clients.
If you are a classified as exempt but question whether you are really exempt under the law, contact us to discuss your circumstances. Even if you have been working as a salaried employee for many years, your employment contract or agreement may be illegal and void.