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Employee meal and rest breaks in California

The Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) is a federal law that is responsible for putting into place some key employee welfare standards. However, the FLSA does not put in place and requirements for employers to offer meal and rest breaks. This means that the rights of employees to take meal and rest breaks at work depend on state laws.

Am I improperly classified as a contractor?

Formal employees in the United States who are not exempt from the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) have certain rights regarding their hourly pay and overtime pay. Non-exempt employees have the right to minimum wage, and their wages must increase when they work more than 40 hours per week.

Were you denied breaks as a California worker?

If you are a worker here in California, you are protected by laws that ensure you get the opportunity to have breaks at certain times in the workday. This is your legal right and it can help you perform your work to your best ability as well as avoid accumulated stress or exhaustion.

Was my child unlawfully employed?

If you have a minor child, and they have entered the workplace, they may be working as a model, an actor or as any other young worker. In order to protect them, it is important to ensure that they are employed legally and that they benefit from all of the legal protections in place for minor workers in the state of California.

What is the minimum wage for workers in California? It depends.

There are various wage rights employees generally have here in California. One is the right to be paid at least the minimum wage for their work. What is the minimum wage for a given worker in California? The answer depends on certain factors.

Wage and hour law in California

As an employee in the state of California, you may come across a situation where you have a reason to believe that you are not getting paid what you deserve. Perhaps you think you are being paid below the minimum wage, that you are owed overtime pay, or are being given less than adequate break times.

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