The award winning Los Angeles Wage and Hour Lawyers & Unpaid Overtime Lawyers at the Azadian Law Group, PC are committed to protecting employee’s rights and has successfully represented numerous employees in wage and hour disputes in both individual lawsuits and class actions.
Not only are we experts in overtime and other wage & hour laws and provide lectures to other employment lawyers on wage & hour issues, we fight employers aggressively to make sure we secure the maximum recovery for employees whose rights have been violated.
Federal and California law provides numerous protections related to the payment of wages to employees, overtime compensation, meal/rest breaks, payment of commission, and prohibiting employers for having employees work “off the clock.”
Additional helpful information from the California Division of Labor Standards Enforcement (DLSE) can be found here.
If you believe that your employer has failed to follow the law in the payment of your wages, contact us today for a free consultation with an experienced employment attorney who will evaluate your options under the law to enable you to obtain justice and monetary compensation.
As we never charge our clients a penny out-of-pocket, you can rest assured that when we accept a case, we are standing behind our client 100% and will fight aggressively for their rights.
Everyone deserves to be paid fairly for the work they do each day. However, there are times when employers use various methods to avoid paying a fair wage to employees. At the Azadian Law Group, PC, we are here to help if you need a Los Angeles wage and hour attorney. We will investigate what your employer has done and work to secure the compensation you need. Today, we want to answer some common questions we receive about this topic.
There are various ways in which employers commit wage and hourly pay fraud. This can include the following:
The California minimum wage is currently:
Every January 1, these wages will increase a dollar an hour until 2023.
Municipalities throughout the state have different minimum wages. The Los Angeles minimum wage, as of July 1, 2019, is as follows:
On July 1, 2020, those minimums will increase to $15.00 and $14.25, respectively.
In many cases, a person who experienced wage and hour fraud is afraid they will lose their jobs or experience retaliation from their employer by reporting the issue. It is often not easy to find another place of employment, and many would rather take the change on unreliable or unfair wages than risk losing the job and having no income at all.
After we have investigated and proven your case, we will move to secure the compensation you deserve for what has happened. At the Azadian Law Group, PC, we know that holding employers accountable for their actions will help prevent this from happening to anyone in the future. We will work to secure: