Were you not paid for your double time?
In California,non-exempt employees who work more than twelve (12) hours in one workday must be paid doubletime wages. Doubletime wages needs to be paid at a rate of twice the employee’s “regular” rate of pay.
Many employers don’t want to pay doubletime pay to their employees because they want to save as much money as possible.If your employer told you this as an excuse for failing to pay you doubletime wages,you may have a claim for owed doubletime wages and waiting time penalties. An employee may be awardee waiting-time penalties, when they can show that their employer “willfully” failed to pay that employee all owed wages. An employers excuse to save money indicates that the employer knew that they needed to pay doubletime but failed to do so to reduce costs.
Contact the attorneys at Abramson Labor Group if you think you have a California doubletime wage claim. You will get a free consultation to determine whether you have a claim against your employer and you will be in touch with aggressive and vigorous attorneys who will help get you justice.
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