California Wage and Hour Laws 2024 – Statute of Limitations

Any time that you notice a discrepancy in your wages or hours, you should look to speak with an attorney about your case. If you don’t pick up on these issues initially, you may wonder how long you have to file a claim and try […]

Who Is Exempt From Prevailing Wages in California? 2024

California law requires that prevailing wages be paid to all trade employees who are hired onto a public works project. However, there are a few exceptions to this rule. In some cases, certain projects or employees may be exempt from the opportunity to receive prevailing […]

How Do I Know If I Am Eligible to Receive Prevailing Wages in California?

Prevailing wages do not apply to every job. Instead, they only apply to projects funded by the public and sponsored by the government. To better define prevailing wages and when they should be used, California created what is referred to as the prevailing wage law. […]

California Prevailing Wage Rates 2024

If you are hired to perform a task on a public works project, California law mandates that your employer pay you the prevailing wages for your craft. Because public works projects are funded by taxpayers and controlled by the government, there is no reason why […]

Can I Sue My Employer for Not Paying the Prevailing Wage in California? 2024

Every employee deserves to be paid a fair rate for the work that they perform. This applies to all contracted projects across California, including ones that are funded by the public. In California, employers who are in charge of handling public works projects must adhere […]

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California Overtime Laws 2024 – What Every Worker Should Know

One of the most common forms of wage theft occurs when employers don’t pay out the overtime that their employees have earned. Some employers get away with not doing so for years, in part because their employees don’t actually know when they are entitled to […]

Can I Sue My Employer for Firing Me Under False Accusations in California?

Being fired can be overwhelming and confusing, especially if you believe the circumstances didn’t align. While California is an at-will employment state, employers cannot fire individuals based on certain protected characteristics or situations. This is known as wrongful termination and is a violation of state […]

California Lunch Break Law 2024 – All You Need to Know

Under California labor codes, rest and meal breaks must be provided by employers for nonexempt employees. How many breaks employees are entitled to depend on the length of their shift and whether or not they have already waived breaks. Meal Breaks Nonexempt California employees must […]

California Final Paycheck Law 2024 – Workers Know Your Rights

When you leave a job, it can be a stressful or exciting time in your life. Even if you are leaving for work you want to pursue, the changes and loss of familiar connections and places can be difficult. Leaving your current employment is worse […]