Wage Violations2018-12-01T05:04:46+00:00

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As an employee, you deserve fair compensation. You have important rights regardless of whether you earn an hourly wage or salary. You might also have additional rights under an employment contract or collective bargaining agreement.

We are fortunate to live in a country where the law protects employees’ rights to a reasonable wage. Both state and federal laws regulate wages. They give employees a path to enforcing their rights and reporting violations.

Standing Up For Employees’ Wage Rights

If your employer fails to comply with the law concerning pay, benefits or any other form of compensation, you can pursue accountability through the legal process. Turn to the lawyers at Perkins Asbill in Sacramento for an evaluation of your wage and hour claim.

Our employment law attorneys represent workers in the public and private sectors. Clients come to us from all backgrounds and industries — including restaurant and hotel workers, laborers, tech workers and high-level managers. We have the experience to stand up against even the most powerful corporations.

We take employees’ rights seriously. Send us an email to learn more about how we can help you fight for fair compensation.

Our firm represents employees in claims involving all manner of wage violations, such as:

  • Failure to pay minimum wage
  • Per diem wage violations
  • Unpaid overtime
  • Prevailing wage disputes
  • Failure to provide benefits
  • Vacation/paid time off violations
  • Failure to timely pay employees
  • Unpaid commissions or bonuses
  • Failure to pay you for being “on call”
  • Failure to provide pay stubs or wage statements

With more than 30 years of employment law experience, our lawyers know how to work through the intricacies of the California Labor Code, the federal Fair Labor Standards Act and other applicable law.

Let our legal team stand by your side in challenging unfair wage practices. To get started, arrange a confidential consultation by calling 916-520-1417.