Employment Issues

California Labor Laws

Shaun Setareh has obtained tens of millions of dollars and has collectively represented hundreds of thousands of people in both class action, collective action and individual labor issues for employees throughout California for a vast array of wage and hour violations that employers fail to follow. California labor law controls many aspects of the employer employee relationship. Common California labor laws that employers commonly fail to adhere to are as follows:

  • Failing to provide all Meal and Rest Breaks
  • Automatically deducting time whether you take your meal break or not
  • Bonuses and Commissions
  • – Failing to pay bonuses upon termination of employment
    – Failing to calculate overtime rates properly because they have failed to average your bonus with your base hourly pay

  • Failure to pay all wages upon termination
  • Unauthorized Deductions
  • Unreimbursed Business Expenses (i.e.mileage, office, supplies)
  • Misclassification
  • Vacation pay claims
  • Travel time claim
  • Staffing agencies
  • – Failure to pay for the time spent travelling to interviews

  • Uniform claims (employers requiring you to iron or dry clean your uniform)

If you have any of the following job titles and/or duties, and/or work for any of the following industries we would like to speak to you because we are currently investigating claims against your employer for various California labor law violations.

  • Loan Officers
  • Pharmaceutical representatives
  • Jr. Accountants
  • Staffing agencies

DAMAGES AND PENALTIES

Depending upon the type of case you have, employees have various types of damages and penalties that they can recover from their employers.

For your convenience, we are available 24 hours a day. Contact us to discuss your California unpaid wage case!