Lawyers For Minimum Wage Violations
A contract employment agency placed Josh on the night shift at a large manufacturing company in Los Angeles. When he received his first paycheck, he calculated that his actual gross hourly rate (before deductions) amounted to less than the federal minimum wage of $7.25 per hour — and far less than the mandatory minimum wage of $10.50 an hour in Los Angeles. He was told the rest of the money went to pay agency fees. When he filed a formal complaint with the Division of Labor Standards Enforcement, the employment agency removed him from the job assignment.
Hennig, Ruiz & Singh in Los Angeles represents workers who have been paid less than the federal or California state minimum wage. Our attorneys believe that workers deserve to be paid what they have earned and employers who illegally make their profits off the backs of workers must be held accountable under the law. Our goal is to help you receive the full pay you are entitled to as quickly as possible.
If your employer is not paying you the mandatory federal or state minimum wage for your area, turn to our wage and hour lawyers for help. We have a strong record of protecting the rights of workers on the job in California.
Our experience includes cases related to:
- Minimum wage violations
- Misclassifying workers as “exempt” in order to avoid hourly wage laws
- Violations involving trading time off for earned pay
- Overtime pay violations
- Wage and hour rights for temporary and contract workers
How To Handle A Wage Violation
If your employer has broken the law regarding paying you minimum wage in your area, there are some important steps you must take right away.
- First, save paycheck stubs and document your earnings.
- Second, file a formal complaint exactly according to your employer’s policy.
- Third, schedule a free case evaluation with one of our experienced wage and hour lawyers.
Learn More About Ways To Receive The Pay You Have Earned
Please visit our Do I Have A Case? page to answer a few questions relating to your circumstances. If the questionnaire indicates you may have a case against your employer, call us at 213-985-1305 or contact us by email for a free consultation. Se Habla Español.