Employees in California who have not been paid in full for their hours worked are entitled to back pay. Simply put, back pay is the difference between the amount of compensation you were paid and the higher amount of compensation you were supposed to be paid. There...
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Month: April 2021
How do I know if I’m owed overtime pay in California?
In California, if you work for an hourly wage, you are entitled to overtime pay when you work more than eight hours in a single workday. Unfortunately, many employers fail to meet their legal obligation to pay workers their full overtime wages. Some companies go to...
Employment class action against Disney expanded to include pay secrecy claim
In a lawsuit that dates back nearly three years, a group of women assert that there is a secrecy policy at Disney that violates the California Equal Pay Act. The outcome of the case may clarify whether Disney instituted a pay secrecy policy that violated California...