Answers in California for Wage & Hour Laws

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In California, do I have to be paid for all the time I spend at work?

A: If you are an employee in California, you are entitled to be paid in full, and on time, for all the work you do and all the time that you …

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Am I Entitled to Overtime Pay in California?

Any employer who is covered by California’s Labor Code Section 510 must pay overtime to eligible workers. But who is an eligible worker? Many …

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California: What is Wage Theft?

In California, wage theft can arise from a variety of circumstances, including failing to pay employees the state mandated minimum wage; failing to …

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How Do I Get My Prevailing Wages Money That My California Employer Didn’t Pay?

Many construction projects in California are paid for with government funds. Such “public works” projects require that works be paid …

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