Off the Clock Work

by | Aug 16, 2020 | General Employment Law

To start off the California Workplace Rights Blog, the blog is reviewing 10 of the most often violated employee wage and hour rights.

Number 7 is another example of an employer failing to pay employees for all hours worked.  Some employers make employees perform tasks such as loading or unloading equipment or downloading information to an electronic device before the employee clocks in and begins earning pay or after the employee clocks out at the end of the day.  Employees who have been required to perform off the clock work may be eligible to recover regular pay and overtime pay.

If you think your employer has failed to pay you for all hours worked, you may want to speak to an attorney to discuss whether a recovery is possible.  Contact the Law Offices of G. Samuel Cleaver by email or phone at 323-648-6676 for a free consultation.