The way your employer pays you should be fully transparent. Pay transparency can protect employees from wage theft and other labor code violations committed by employers. California law requires employers to provide wage statements with each pay stub to employees to help ensure they are paid for their time at the proper rates.  If your... Read...

Understanding the mechanics of compensation and overtime pay can be confusing in the ever-evolving landscape of labor laws and employment regulations. One particularly complex pay structure is the “fluctuating workweek” method for calculating income, which offers a unique approach to calculating hours and overtime compensation for certain salaried and non-exempt employees. While a fluctuating workweek... Read...

If your employer has violated your rights as an employee in California, contact attorney Theo Khachaturian today at 818-237-4166 or contact us about your case. Discovering a paycheck discrepancy can be distressing. If you had this experience, you’ve probably wondered, “if my employer made a mistake on my paycheck, what do I do?” Your initial step should be to calmly... Read...