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Is Working Off-The-Clock Illegal?
Is Working Off-The-Clock Illegal?

What Is Working Off-The-Clock? When an employee performs work for an employer, with the employer’s knowledge, and they are not paid, the employee is considered to be working off-the-clock. If the employee is not compensated for that time, the employer could be in violation ...

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Blog Posts in 2019

  • Senator Warren Pledges to Expand Worker Rights If President

    Senator Elizabeth Warren of Massachusetts is running her Presidential election campaign with an intentional focus on the working class. She has ...

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  • Amazon Workers Walk Off the Job for Climate Change: Can They Be Fired for It?

    In late September 2019, reportedly 2,000 or so Amazon employees walked off the job in a protest they called “Amazon Employees for Climate Justice.” ...

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  • Service Employee Rights and Tips

    As a service employee, you work hard for your tips. Whether you are a waiter, waitress, bartender, part of a cleaning crew, or any other service ...

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  • Leaves of Absence Part 2: What to Do If Your Employer Wrongfully Denies Your Leave of Absence

    In our previous blog entry – “Leaves of Absence Part 1: What Protected Leave of Absences are There in California?” – we discussed the basics of LOAs ...

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  • Leaves of Absence Part 1: What Types of Protected Leaves of Absence Are There in California?

    As part of your regular employment, your employer may provide you paid time off, sick days, vacation time, and other ways you can leave work with an ...

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  • Common Wage and Hour Dispute Claims Against Employers

    Wage and hour laws are put in place to protect an employee’s rights. Unfortunately, some employers fail to uphold their end of the law, leaving ...

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  • Sexual Harassment Training Requirements in California Get a New Update

    Sexual harassment has long been a major problem in workplaces across the world. Even here in progressive California, it is a systemic problem that ...

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  • I Think I Have an Implied Contract - How Do I Enforce It?

    For the most part, small businesses and major corporations alike function on written contracts of all sorts. Agreements and requirements written down ...

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  • Top Ways Employers are Breaking Paycheck Laws

    Even though there are payroll laws in place to protect employees, many employers could be quietly breaking the law without attracting attention. ...

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