Were You Harassed For Reporting Wage And Hour Violations?
Employee wage, overtime and hour regulations are mandated by both California and federal law. Wage and hour laws are important to protect employees from abuse and establish a minimum hourly wage and work hour regulations. It is illegal for employers to violate wage and hour laws.
Retaliation by your employer in the form of termination, demotion or discrimination after reporting a wage or overtime pay violation is illegal. If your employer has ignored wage, hour or overtime regulations, you should contact Bononi Law Group, LLP, to discuss your rights. Call 213-550-5503.
Retaliation For Reporting Wage Violations
Our employment law attorneys have handled hundreds of claims against California and U.S. employers. We know how to hold employers accountable for retaliation after reporting wage and hour violations. If your employer retaliated against you for reporting any of the following employment law violations, you have rights:
- Failure to pay state or federal minimum wage
- Failure to pay nonexempt employees for overtime
- Misclassification of employees as exempt
If you report a wage and hour law violation and your employer takes action to discharge or demote you, contact our attorneys immediately. We are passionate about employees’ rights and have represented employees for more than two decades.
Contact Our Retaliatory Termination Lawyers
When your employer threatens your job because you were doing the right thing, turn to Bononi Law Group, LLP. Our Pasadena wage discrimination lawyers will protect your right to lost compensation and other damages after retaliation for reporting wage and overtime violations.
Our California law office handles retaliatory discharge and wage and hour violation claims for clients throughout Southern California, including San Diego, Los Angeles, Orange, Riverside and San Bernardino counties. Contact our employment law firm or call our attorneys at 213-550-5503.