California Employment Dispute Attorney
California Off the Clock Dispute Lawyer
At some point, nearly everyone has to stay a little late or come in on a weekend to complete an important project. But if your boss is starting to expect it on a regular basis, he or she may be violating your rights. Simply pointing to your employment agreement or job title does not allow your boss to break the law. With few exceptions, you must be paid for all the time you work.
Working off-the-clock is illegal and other workers at your firm may be suffering the same grievance.
With offices in Southern California, Marlin & Saltzman is a leading California employment class action litigation firm. For more many years we have been helping people fight back to protect themselves from employers who expect free work from their staff. Our attorneys have obtained more than $850 million in compensation on behalf of workers who joined in class action lawsuits against their companies. By joining a group of plaintiffs, your case will carry more weight and you may be eligible for significantly higher damages.
Contact us to schedule a free consultation about working off the clock or unpaid overtime work. We represent clients in class action employment disputes and overtime pay violations throughout California.
- Misclassification of exempt employees
- Late pay
- Working through meal or rest breaks
- Working on vacation or personal time
- Misclassified as an independent contractor
- Unfair treatment of truckers
Did You Sign an Employment Contract?
Under California law, an employment contract is invalid if it signs away certain employment rights. If you are not sure whether you belong to a class of plaintiffs who have the same claim against a current or former employer, talk us. We will explain the class action process and our current and recent case history.
Contact us today. Our lawyers are ready to help you put an end to working off the clock.
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