You work hard for your money
Day in and day out, your employer expects you to be at work on time. Why shouldn’t your employer be expected to pay you on time? Under California law, employers must pay their employees in a timely manner. If your employer is lax about getting you your paycheck on time, chances are other employees at your company are suffering the same treatment. If this is the case, we may have a basis for a class-action lawsuit against your employer.
Contact CounselOne today for a free consultation. We will discuss the specifics of your case to determine the amount of compensation owed to you.
Late Payment of Final Wages and Commissions
“We’re going to have to let you go,” your employer says, sitting in a chair. You look at your employer, speechless.
“Please pack your things.” Your employer turns around and starts working on the computer. It’s clear you’re meant to leave.
But what about your final paycheck? In most cases, under California law, your employer must present you with all of your final wages immediately at the time of termination. If your final wages have been withheld longer than that, you may be entitled to waiting time penalties.
Contact CounselOne today for a free consultation. We will discuss the specifics of your case in order to reclaim your just compensation.
If you give your employer a 72-hour notice before you quit, you are entitled to all of your final wages and commissions at the time of quitting. If you quit without giving your employer 72 hours notice, your employer must give or send you your final wages within 72 hours after quitting.
If you feel your employer is in violation of the law, contact CounselOne today to schedule your free consultation. You may be entitled to waiting time pay in addition to full payment of your final wages.Click Here to See CounselOne's Current Investigations