Overtime Wage Cases in Ventura
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California law is clear—any hours worked in excess of 8 hours in
a day or 40 hours in a week are considered overtime, and must be paid
accordingly. Whether you are a salary worker, commission earner, or are
paid hourly, you are entitled to overtime pay for excess work time. When
you have been denied overtime pay or are being asked to underreport hours,
you may have an employment law claim.
Why Alan Burton Newman, PLC? Our Ventura employment law attorney:
- Graduatd from Harvard Law
- Has built an impressive history of results
- Has recovered millions of dollars for clients
- Can recover cases within 90 days on average
- Resolves cases entirely over the phone or email
- Utilizes over 30 years of employment law experience
If your paycheck does not reflect your overtime hours,
contact an employment lawyer today:
Our Ventura Lawyer Has Recovered Millions for Clients
At the firm of Alan Burton Newman, PLC, we are passionate about making
sure employees know their rights. With
very few exceptions, employers are legally required to pay their employees a higher rate for
overtime—even if the overtime was not authorized. The
only overtime exemptions are if you are authorized to hire or fire other workers
or make independent business decisions.
Overtime rates for California are as follows:
150% regular pay past
8 hours or
6 days in a row
200% regular pay after
12 hours of work
200% pay past
after 6 days in a row
Our Firm Can Handle Your Case Entirely Over the Phone!
There are numerous benefits from working with the firm of Alan Burton Newman.
For one, we have results that inspire confidence in our clients—we
have represented workers against hundreds of companies, recovering
millions of dollars. Additionally, we handle employment and overtime cases remotely, so
you will never have to visit our office for us to represent you. We can handle your case entirely over the
email, saving you time.
Another advantage to working with our firm is our record of
quick results. On average, we recover compensation for our clients
within only 90 days. Our understanding of California employment law helps us retrieve wages
for employees in Ventura and throughout Southern California. If you have
any questions about your case or are unsure about your employee rights,
we offer a
free case consultation to help you determine your next step.
When you have been denied wages, it is time to call an employment lawyer.
Contact us today.