Glendale Wage & Hour Law Attorney
We Advocate for Workers Across California
At Boyamian Law, we recognize that wage and hour violations come in many
forms: minimum wage violations, failure to pay overtime or misclassification
of exempt employees—just to name a few. If you are a current or
former employee who was not compensated adequately or you feel you were
treated unfairly by your employer, contact our Glendale wage & hour
Call (818) 423-4455 to
schedule an appointment. We serve clients all across California.
Common forms of wage and hour violations include:
Employee misclassifications: This usually occurs with exempt employees under the salary basis and/or
duties tests and independent contractors. The job duties an employee performs
determines their classification and whether or not they are compensated
for overtime work.
Meal and rest periods: Employers sometimes fail to provide adequate 30-minute, uninterrupted
meal periods every 5 hours of work, as well as 10-minute rest periods
available every 4 hours, or major fraction thereof.
Off-the-clock violations: This is the non-payment of wages for work performed prior to starting
a shift or after ending a shift, also known as “off-the-clock”
work. This may also include non-payment of wages for time spent traveling
from one job assignment to the next.
Withholding compensation: A company may fail to reimburse employees for business expenses, promised
vacation pay, bonuses and commissions. Unlawful deduction of wages where
no gross negligence was involved, and paying less than minimum wage are
also considered withholding compensation.
employment lawyer handles two broad types of wage and hour disputes: individual actions
on behalf of single employees and wage and hour class actions disputes
dealing with overtime, meal breaks, pay stubs, time off requirements,
wage statements, final paychecks and more.
Seek Guidance From a Wage and Hour Lawyer in Glendale
At Boyamian Law, we pride ourselves on helping employees who want to hold
employers responsible for their failures to abide by the state’s
wage and hour laws. You deserve every penny that you earn, and we can
aggressively fight on your behalf to get you what you owe.
Call (818) 423-4455 or contact us online
to schedule an appointment.