Ruben Limonjyan | November 30, 2020 | Wage & Hour Law
What Is My Employer Allowed to Deduct from My Pay?
As an employee, you know how important each cent is in your paycheck. That’s why most people, including you, would be skeptical if strange deductions you don’t recognize started appearing on your pay stubs. Employers in California are allowed to make certain deductions from their employees’ gross earnings, but these must be authorized by law or with the expressed consent...
Ruben Limonjyan | October 20, 2020 | Wage & Hour Law
Are Independent Contractors Protected by Employment Laws?
Independent contractors are typically workers who are considered to be in business for themselves. Other companies typically hire independent contractors to fulfill special roles or provide skills the employer’s workforce currently lacks. Because they are considered to be operating their own businesses, independent contractors are also considered free from certain expectations, such as abiding by a set schedule or being...
Ruben Limonjyan | April 22, 2020 | Employment Law \ Wage & Hour Law
What Are California’s Overtime Laws?
If you’re an employee who’s working for a wage as a non-exempt employee, you are more than likely eligible for overtime pay. For many employees, earning overtime pay is a necessary requirement to make ends meet in their lives. Without it, bills can go unpaid and basic luxuries others readily take for granted must be relinquished. It goes without saying,...