What to Do if Your Employer Misclassifies You as An Exempt Employee

What to Do if Your Employer Misclassifies You as An Exempt Employee - Los Angeles Salary Misclassification Lawyer

Some employees in California are exempt from overtime protections – but most are entitled to them. But what can you do if your employer misclassifies you as an exempt employee when you’re really a nonexempt employee? This guide explains. What to Do if Your Employer Misclassifies You as An Exempt Employee Sometimes employers make mistakes, and sometimes job descriptions evolve … Read More

The Definitive Guide to Exempt Employees in California

Guide to Exempt Employees in California - California Labor Lawyers in Los Angeles and Glendale

If you’re like most people, you know some workers in California are exempt and some are nonexempt. But which one are you, and what do those two terms refer to? This guide explains whether you’re an exempt employee or you’re a nonexempt employee – and what the differences are between the two. The Definitive Guide to Exempt Employees in California … Read More

California’s Minimum Wage for 2021

California’s Minimum Wage for 2021

Every year, California’s minimum wage increases – we’re on our way to $15 per hour for all employees across the state by 2023. That means on January 1, 2021, California’s minimum wage is increasing. Here’s what you need to know. California’s Minimum Wage for 2021 The state of California is raising its minimum wage on January 1, 2021. The increase … Read More

How Many Hours Can an Employee Work Without a Break in California?

How Many Hours Can an Employee Work Without a Break - California Labor Law

How many hours can an employee work without a break in California? Five. California law requires nonexempt employees to get a 30-minute meal break after working five hours in one day. Employees who work more than ten hours in a day are entitled to take another 30-minute meal break. But while five hours is the longest stretch of time a … Read More