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Helping East Bay Employees Receive Full Pay And Fair Wages Under The Law

At its core, every employment relationship should be simple: A worker agrees to do a job, and in exchange, an employer will compensate him or her as stipulated under the law.

Unfortunately, for too many workers, this simply isn't the case. Many employers find ways — some questionable and many others outright illegal — to avoid paying workers fair wages.

Types Of Unfair Wage And Hour Claims

There are typically three common wage and hour violations we see. They involve:

  • Unpaid wages: An employer simply refuses to pay an employee, either following the end of the employment relationship or because of a dispute over hours worked.
  • Unpaid overtime: An employee is forced to work more than eight hours a day or 40 hours a week, but is not paid overtime by his or her employer, or is misclassified as exempt.
  • Nonpayment of minimum wage: An employee who is entitled to earn the state's minimum wage actually receives less.

Experienced Litigators Taking An Aggressive Approach

At Franklin Employment Law Group, LLC, our experienced attorneys, Eugene Franklin and Barbara Green, have litigated many wage and hour claims for those throughout the East Bay Area.

Both have a background as trial lawyers. They take an aggressive approach and never hesitate to use the full force of the law to ensure that employees are getting paid what they are entitled to.

Overtime Dispute? Minimum Wage Violation? Learn When You May Have A Case, Then Call Us.

If you think that you are not receiving the compensation you have rightfully earned, or have questions about your pay rate, we encourage you to speak with one of our Hayward attorneys as soon as possible to discuss your situation.

Send an email, or give us a call at 510-244-3354.

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