Employee Misclassification Lawyer in Los Angeles, CA
At the Leichter Law Firm, APC we have extensive experience in handling employment law disputes. Such employment disputes often consist of misclassification and wage and hour violations. It can often be confusing to determine whether you are exempt, non-
Many employers work under the misguided notion that salaried employees are not entitled to overtime. Just because you are a salaried employee does not mean you are not entitled to overtime. Whether you are entitled to overtime depends on the type of work you do, not the job title you are given or how you are paid (i.e. salary vs. hourly).
Exempt Employees –
Do Your Duties Warrant Your Status?
If you have been classified as a manager, you rightly should expect to perform the duties of a manager supervising other employees. Managers, supervisors, and other employees responsible for decision-
What is a Non-
Exempt Employee in Los Angeles, CA?
Am I an Employee or an Independent Contractor?
The most important factors to determine whether you are an employee, rather than an independent contractor, are how much control the company has over your work and the extent to which your job is integrated into the company’s business. Other relevant factors include your level of skill, whether you or the company provide your tools, equipment, and workplace, how long you have worked for the company, and whether the company pays you like an employee or like an independent contractor.
Our Los Angles Employee Misclassification Attorney Serve The Following Practice Area
- Wrongful Termination
- Retaliation Claims
- Wage and Hour Claims
- Age Discrimination
- Breach of Employment Contracts
- Disability, FMLA, CFRA
- Independent Contractor Claims
- Overtime Misclassification
- Pregnancy Discrimination
- Residential Apartment Manager
- Sexual Harassment
Contact Our Los Angeles Employee Misclassification Attorney for Help with Your Employment Classification Claim
If your employer has wrongly classified you to save money on payroll, you have a right to bring a claim for damages. We can help you fight to protect you and your co-
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