As a California worker, you have certain rights. Federal and California laws entitle many employees to overtime pay and also prohibit certain unfair labor practices such as "working off the clock". If you find yourself in this situation, you could have various legal options available to you. In some cases, you may have grounds to join in a wage and hour class action lawsuit.
Several months ago, we published our most recent white paper, "Power In Numbers: California Wage And Hour Class Actions." We want to draw attention to the most basic labor law violations that deprive many Californians of income they have rightfully earned.
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.
A California Walmart employee is continuing to pursue gender discrimination claims against one of the nation's largest employers, despite a recent setback at the United States Supreme Court.