Requiring you to do work-related things before clocking in or after clocking out, such as changing clothes, or gathering required tools, logging into systems, or attending meetings, etc.
Not paying for all your hours worked.
Requiring you to do work-related duties during your unpaid lunch/meal breaks.
Not paying overtime at the rate of one-and-a-half times your regular rate of pay.
Misclassifiying you as an exempt employee and not paying you overtime.
Requiring you to be on-call and calling you back frequently but not paying for the on-call time?
Failing to pay workers the minimum wage.
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These are more common wage and overtime scams or violations by employers in certain industries or occupations.
Workers who have not been paid appropriately by their employer may feel that there is little they can do — that the employer has all of the power in such a situation. But, that is not the case. With experienced legal representation, workers who have been denied the full pay they are owed under the law can take action to secure back pay as well as damages and attorney fees.
At Preston & Brar LLC we work with employees who have questions about whether they have been paid properly under the law. With more than 25 years of combined experience, our attorneys can analyze the facts of your case and determine if you have received the full wages and overtime your employer was required to have paid you. Our skill in wage and hour class action lawsuits allows groups of workers who have been similarly underpaid to bring their claims together to build the strongest case to maximize each individual workers' compensation for back wages or overtime.
We Offer Our Experienced Wage And Hour Claim Representation To Workers Facing Issues Related To:
Common wage scams/violations resulting in unpaid wages or overtime
Common labor law violations in certain industries and occupations
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Most employers provide unpaid meal or lunch breaks to its employees. However, employers take advantage of their workers in a variety of ways related to their rest and meal breaks.
Most state laws have exempted certain categories of employees from the minimum wage and overtime requirements.