Frequently Asked Questions

Generally, salaried employees tend to work in “white collar” environments or have managerial roles. Some of the factors the courts consider include: whether the employee had the authority to hire or fire other employees; whether the employee’s duties include the performance of office or “non-manual” work, and whether the employee customarily exercised discretion and independent judgment when performing his or her work duties. These are just some of the factors to consider. For a free consultation, contact us to speak with our employment lawyers.

Immediately. Labor Code §201(a) requires any employer who fires an employee to immediately pay all compensation owed.

When an employee quits, §202 of the California Labor Code requires the employer to pay the employee all owed compensation within 72 hours of resignation, or on the employee’s last day of work if the

Though there is no official distinction between the two, employment lawyers handle all aspects of legal issues related to the workplace, including sexual harassment, discrimination, retaliation, wrongful termination, and unpaid wages. Labor lawyers tend to work exclusively on labor issues related to wages, including unpaid overtime, missed meal and rest breaks, and failure to pay minimum wages.

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