Is Your Employer Depriving You of Overtime Pay?
Under California law, you have a right to overtime pay!
The law says you are entitled to
- time and a half for any hours worked over 8 hours a day,
- time and a half for any hours worked over 40 hours a week, and
- double time for any hours work over 12 hours a day.
The unpaid overtime attorneys at CounselOne have been helping clients recover unpaid overtime wages for over 15 years. If you feel aggrieved by your company’s failure to pay the correct amount of overtime wages, contact CounselOne today to schedule a free initial consultation. We will discuss the facts of your case and inform you of your legal options going forward.
Exempt Employee Status
Even if you signed an employment agreement classifying you as an exempt employee, you may still be entitled to overtime pay. Classification as an exempt employee depends on the actual duties performed, not a signature on a contract.
- Make less than $640 a week
- Don’t manage two or more employees
- And don’t have any authority to hire or fire employees,
but you’ve still labeled a salaried, exempt employee by your company, you may be entitled to unpaid overtime in California. Contact CounselOne for a free initial consultation for unpaid overtime in which we will discuss your specific circumstances.
We handle all cases on contingency, meaning you don’t pay us a dime until we recover compensation for you. Contact CounselOne today to schedule a free consultation.Click Here to See CounselOne's Current Investigations