Tustin Wage Lawyer
Yash Law Group provides legal representation that covers Tustin, CA in areas such as employment and labor law. Tustin is a historical city, which was first incorporated in 1927. It is known as the City of Trees, primarily because of its most popular blooming Red Flowering Eucalyptus tree. The city is located in the metropolitan area of Orange County, home to over 80,000 residents. Tustin holds numerous entertainment options, such as the Enderle Center, the District at Tustin Legacy, Tustin Sports Park and Peter’s Canyon Regional Park, the Market Place, and Old Town Tustin. Like other areas in Orange County, Tustin is not too far from popular attractions such as the Angels Stadium of Anaheim, the Honda Center, Fashion Island, Disneyland, and others.
Employment attorney Yashdeep “Jesse” Singh has helped many Tustin residents recover unpaid wages and premiums for meal and rest break violations, including when a retail store owner failed to pay an employee for overtime hours worked off-the-clock or a hotel retaliated against a clerk for complaining about not providing meal and rest periods. Tustin employers should ensure they know and are not violating employees’ rights under California law and federal law, including the right to sick leave, pregnancy leave, disability leave, and right to accommodations. An experienced employment attorney can help both employers and employees.
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Small and large businesses must comply with California labor laws, which can be found in the California Labor Code and IWC Wage Orders, which are regulations that apply to different industries. Yash Law Group focuses on employment and labor litigation, such as lawsuits alleging unpaid wages, unreimbursed business expenses, meal and rest break violations, failure to provide complete paystubs, and penalties for not timely paying employees upon an employment ending. Sometimes wage abuse can be hard to detect for an employee, which can include:
- Incorrect overtime classification or calculation
- Improper wage deductions
- Automatically deducting 30 minutes for lunch breaks that were not provided
- Not paying minimum wage or agreed-upon wage
- Paying an employee a low salary to avoid paying overtime
Wage and hour violations against an employer can be filed with the California Labor Commissioner’s Office or in California Superior Court. Being subjected to violations of the California Labor Code may entitle the employee to recover unpaid wages, meal and rest period premiums, penalties, interest, and attorney’s fees. Punitive damages are not available for wage and hour violations.
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With the complexities of the California Labor Code, employees need to understand their rights and options in the case that violations occur in the workplace. Employers are also prohibited from retaliating against an employee who reports or complains about wage or payroll abuse. If you live or work in Tustin, California and are owed wages, tips, or commission, contact the wage attorney and harassment lawyer at Yash Law Group, who advocates for workers’ rights and represents employees against small and large businesses throughout California.
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