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The FLSA and your right to fair pay

As a California employee, you have the right to fair pay, and you have the right to expect your employer to pay for you for the work you have done. It can be frustrating and financially stressful for your family to find that you are not receiving your rightful pay. If this is happening to you, it is beneficial for you to know how you can fight back. 

Do you have concerns regarding workplace retaliation?

As an employee, you understand that you have certain standards you must hold yourself to while on the job. It is also important to remember that your employer must also uphold standards in regard to its conduct and treatment of employees. If you believe that your employer has treated you unfairly, you may wonder how serious your situation is.

How does the Age Discrimination in Employment Act protect you?

Older California employees may face various challenges in the workplace because of their age. If you are over the age of 40, you may find that you experience treatment that feels unfair or even discriminatory, and this may be because of your age. Workers of all ages have the right to a workplace that is free from illegal harassment and discrimination.

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