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ARE YOU OWED OVERTIME WAGES? ARE YOU OWED DOUBLE-TIME WAGES?
Often, when employers resist paying overtime or double-time to their employees, these employers are betting that most of their employees, or ex-employees, will not enforce their rights.
Paying off (after legal action, or threat of legal action) a small percentage of their employees is often more profitable than paying them all lawfully from the beginning.
This same concept applies to many other unlawful employment practices. Employers usually know the law, but as explained above, maximizing profit requires them to deny you of your rights under California law.
If you or anyone you care about has experienced any of the following practices occurring at their place of employment, please call The Law Office of Seth E. Tillmon to discuss:
- you are paid on a salary basis and don't receive overtime pay when you work more than 8 hours in a day or over 40 hours in a week
- you are owed overtime pay from a past or current job
- you have not received a payout for unused vacation/sick/leave time at the end of the employment relationship
- you are not provided with a 30-minute duty-free meal period each day before beginning your sixth hour of work each day
- you are not provided with a second 30-minute duty-free meal period each day before beginning your eleventh hour of work
- you are not provided with a 10-minute duty-free rest break on each day you work at least 3.5 hours
- you are not provided with at least two separate 10-minute duty-free rest breaks on each day you work more than 6 hours
- you have unauthorized deductions taken from your paycheck
- you are not paid according to schedule
- you are working under any other conditions that you believe may be unlawful
California law is distinctly pro-employee and goes above and beyond the protections that federal law mandates be afforded employees. California law offers several powerful "one-two punches" that can be delivered to employers in order to get them to stop their illegal employment practices and compensate you for the loss of your rights.
The Law Office of Seth E. Tillmon accepts employment law cases on a "Contingency Fee" basis. Under a Contingency Fee arrangement, you will NEVER pay a dime in attorney fees unless you receive a recovery in your case.
Call The Law Office of Seth E. Tillmon at (310) 559-1604 or (818) 693-4255 for a confidential consultation and evaluation of your potential claims.
Visit The Law Office of Seth E. Tillmon website for more information or to request a telephone call from Mr. Tillmon. You may submit the short "Request a Telephone Call" form and Mr. Tillmon will personally call you: https://TillmonLaw.com/
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