Denied Overtime Wages in CA?
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Under California law, 8 hours a day or 40 hours a week is considered a
full work day / week. Any hours exceeding those standards should be considered
overtime for all non-exempt employees. This means they should be getting
paid increased wages for those additional hours they worked.
At Alan Burton Newman, PLC, our lawyer understands the complexities of
these cases. He has handled countless wage and hour disputes in California,
boasting an average financial recovery time of 90 days! When you want
a skilled advocate with proven results on your side, call Attorney Newman.
He can even
resolve your case remotely, meaning you never have to come in to the office.
We encourage you to tell us about your case in a
free evaluation today.
Why You Want Attorney Newman on Your Side
Overtime cases can be frustrating, confusing, and concerning. What will
happen to your job or your reputation if you take your employer to court?
What if you don’t win? Attorney Newman takes the uncertainty out
of your wage and hour case.
As a California employment law attorney, he:
- Has recovered millions of dollars for clients
- Pulls from 30+ years of experience
- Can handle every aspect of your case 100% over phone and email
- Boasts a fast recovery time in these cases
- Is a Harvard graduate with a prestigious record of success
When you trust your case to our firm, we make sure to carry the legal burden
for you. In fact, you never even have to step foot in our office if you
don’t want to! We can handle everything over the phone and through
email. This means you don’t have to add any more obstacles or stress
to your day.
California’s Overtime Laws
Many individuals often wonder if they are even eligible to receive overtime
pay. It is important to remember that any non-exempt employee is entitled
to overtime wages. That means if you don’t exercise independent
business judgement or manage people in your role, you are likely eligible
to bring forward a case.
California’s laws on increased rates include:
- Working in excess of 8 hours results in an increase by one and a half of
the regular rate
- Working for 6 consecutive days results in an increase by one and a half
of the regular rate
- Working in excess of 12 hours results in double the regular pay rate
- After 6 consecutive days working 8+ hours, the rate of pay will double
These laws apply regardless of whether you receive salary, hourly wages,
or commission. Overtime wages should start as soon as you exceed 8 hours,
increasing anytime you surpass 12 as well. Remember, these laws also apply
when you exceed 40 hours a week, even if you are not working more than
8 hours on any day.
You only have three years to claim overtime wages, so do not hesitate if
you believe you have been denied the proper compensation for your work.
Even if you are not legally in this country, you have the right to claim
the overtime wages you are owed! Let our California employment lawyer
stand up for your rights today.
90-Day Recovery Average—Set Up a Consultation Today
We don’t take wage and hour disputes lightly at Alan Burton Newman,
PLC. With Attorney Newman’s extensive legal background and incisive
skill, you can be confident your case is being handled by a seasoned and
qualified representative when you come to us. More than that, you can
have peace of mind knowing we have a fast recovery average of just 90
days and can handle everything remotely. We also never charge legal fees
unless we win your case. That means there is no risk to you!
You deserve your overtime wages.
Call our firm at (855) 397-7668 to find out how our skilled lawyer can help.