Wages & Overtime

employers must follow California's strict labor laws when it comes to your hard-earned wages

Have you performed work for your employer only to not get paid? If you are being paid, are you receiving proper and accurate itemized wage statements? Wage and hour violations occur regularly in the workplace.
Many employers try to take advantage of their employees by withholding their pay or providing wages or salaries below the minimum allowed by the City, County, or State; whichever is highest.

Generally, only non-exempt employees are eligible for overtime pay. Employers must pay employees one and one half their regular rate of pay when:

Employers must pay employees double their regular rate of pay when:

The most common wage and overtime violations involve the following:

If you have been a victim of wage and overtime violations, it is important that you immediately contact Nahavandi & Azimtash LLP for a free case evaluation. Our attorneys have substantial experience in labor and employment law and you will not pay any attorney fees unless there is a recovery.

    Full Name*
    Phone Number*
    Email*
    Briefly describe your labor and employment case*