Call the law offices of Van Etten Suzumoto & Sipprelle LLP, to speak directly with a Glendale wage and hour claims attorney. Your preliminary consultation is free of charge and in most instances we’ll manage your claim on a contingency fee basis. This means you pay absolutely no attorney fees until we obtain a beneficial verdict or settlement for you.
Our Glendale wage & hour claim lawyers are knowledgeable and tireless advocates for employees’ rights in wage and overtime in Glendale controversies.
- Are you a salesperson who had been refused your full compensation or fired in order to avoid paying your commission?
- Are you a worker who travels between job sites who has not been compensated for travel time during your employment?
- Are you an employee who’s often denied an uninterrupted lunch break or asked to work beyond your shift?
We can help. Our Glendale wage & hour claim attorneys are experienced and tenacious advocates for employees’ rights in wage and overtime in Glendale controversies.
- Has your employer wrongly withheld earnings that should have been provided to you, per your employment agreement?
- Were you forced to work through your meal or rest breaks?
- Were you wrongfully terminated in order for your employer to not have to pay you a commission?
- Were you told you had to work overtime but not paid overtime?
- Were you told to report for work at a specific time but then not compensated for time you had to wait to begin work?
There are a number of ways that businesses can deceive employees out of their hourly wages, often without the worker even realizing they are being deceived. Whether it’s the occasional request to stay an extra hour that then becomes a regular pattern – consistently without compensation – or the “press of business” that means you can’t have your lunch break, neglecting to compensate workers for time worked is illegal.
Glendale wage and hour violations usually affect a whole class of workers, not just one worker. Immigrant workers are most vulnerable but most hourly workers are not well informed about how California and federal employment laws help them.
If you are an hourly worker, you ARE protected from unlawful and unreasonable employer requirements that you work overtime or work through your breaks. However, you might need legal advice to be sure your rights are protected and to help you get the wages you are entitled.
The most significant problems in the area of wage and hour claims is misclassification of lower-level workers as “managers,” and misclassification of employees as “contractors” in order to evade wage and hour laws. Salaried workers whose responsibilities are typically routine may have been misclassified. Find out more about misclassification to find out if this has happened to you.