Our firm recently wrote a white paper on the serious issue of wage and hour violations, which deprive too many California employees of their rightful earned pay. Recent U.S. Supreme Court cases have limited the ability to bring class action lawsuits when an employment agreement contains an arbitration clause.
To obtain relief and send a message to your employer, you really need to combine the claims of those affected. A California Supreme Court case allows a remedy. Our paper, “Power In Numbers: California Wage And Hour Class Actions” explains the following:
- How you can identify wage and hour violations in the first place
- The right to bring a representative Private Attorney General Act (PAGA) claim on behalf of all affected employees at your workplace
- What impact a split between California and federal law might have on a case
We recognize that many people may not know where to start when they uncover a California Labor Code violation. We’ve created a SlideShare overview of our white paper with easy-to-understand information that will point you in the right direction. Please read our new SlideShare presentation below:
If you would like to read our full white paper, please visit our white paper page.