Overtime Wage Attorney - Aiman-Smith & Marcy
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Overtime Wage Attorney

Employees are often taken advantage by employers when the employer refuses to pay overtime compensation when it is due. Under California Labor Code section 510(a), an employer is required by law to pay 1½ times the employee’s regular rate of pay when the employee works more than 40 hours in a work week or more than 8 hours in a workday; and double the employee’s regular rate for working more than 12 hours in a workday. If you believe that you have been denied overtime pay, contact an overtime wage attorney to discuss your circumstances.

Most Common Employer Overtime Wage Violations

  • Requiring an employee to “waive” their right to overtime pay or be paid less than required by law
  • Misclassifying an employee as “overtime exempt”
  • Having an employee work “off the clock” before or after a shift or during meals or rest periods
  • Requiring an employee to arrive early for a shift or attend work-related functions without compensation
  • Failing to reimburse employees for work-related travel
  • Failing to compensate an employee for being “on-call” for the business
  • Failing to compensate for time spent putting on and removing safety equipment and gear for dangerous jobs

Overtime Wage Class Action Lawsuits

Our overtime wage attorney handles two broad types of overtime wage disputes.These include individual actions on behalf of single employees who have not been paid required overtime and class actions in disputes over failure to pay minimum wage, overtime, required benefits, meal and rest breaks, and more.

Our Overtime Wage Attorney

The overtime wage attorney at Aiman-Smith & Marcy is knowledgeable and experienced in all aspects of employment law. Our firm represents employees in claims against employers for failure to compensate employees for overtime wages according to state and federal law. Call Aiman-Smith & Marcy at 510-488-2566 for a free consultation with an overtime wage attorney pertaining to your employment related issue.

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