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It is upsetting when you lose your income because you were laid off or terminated by your employer. Suddenly, you must rely on savings and maybe unemployment assistance to pay for life’s necessities. Your final commission check will be critical to cover your finances.  California law on commission pay after termination requires employers to pay... 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...

As the holiday season approaches, many California employees are wondering about overtime holiday pay. Understanding how overtime holiday pay works can be confusing in any state. But in California, where legislation constantly evolves, and workplace dynamics shift quickly, grasping the difference between holiday overtime pay and being paid for overtime you work on a holiday... Read...

Whether you work for a small business or a large corporation, employee benefits are probably on your mind. You may wonder what you are legally entitled to and what benefits are the cherry on top of your compensation package.  In this post, the Workplace Rights Law Group will break down what benefits are mandatory employee... Read...

In today’s workforce, flexible and unconventional employment arrangements abound for employers and employees. One example is ”per diem” jobs, which have gained popularity across different industries. But what is per diem work, and how does it differ from traditional employment? A per diem job in California is a flexible work arrangement where employers employ individuals... Read...

California’s Wage Theft Prevention Act requires that employers give detailed notice to each employee about what wages and benefits they will receive for their labor. The Wage Theft Prevention Act notice requirements help California workers keep track of their employer’s compliance with state and federal wage and hour laws. And if your employer doesn’t provide you with... Read...