Helping People Resolve their Hour & Wage Disputes
The San Jose wage and hour employment attorneys at Shea & McIntyre, P.C. know that employees deserve to be paid a fair wage for the hours they work and be compensated according to state and federal laws governing wages and hours. This includes not only wages, but also overtime, meals and rest breaks, and “off the clock” work. If you are an employee and think you may be getting shortchanged, you need an experienced employment lawyer to look into your situation.
At Shea & McIntyre, P.C. in San Jose, California, we offer legal counsel and representation to employees and employers who are involved in disputes over wages and hours. This includes not only matters in court, but also at the Department of Labor, Division of Labor Standards Enforcement, Labor Commissioner, the NLRB and ALRB. We stand by our clients throughout the entirety of their case, helping them choose the best options for pursuing their rights.
Call 408.298.6611 today to discuss your situation with an experienced wage dispute lawyer. We look forward to helping your resolve your case effectively, aggressively and in a cost-effective manner. Contact us today.
Experienced Wage & Hour Representation from Attorneys You Can Trust
Our skilled lawyers represent employers and employees in a variety of cases involving hour and wage disputes such as:
- Unpaid overtime
- Unpaid break time
- Failure to pay mandatory minimum wage
- Unpaid meal time
- Other wage and hour disputes
- Unpaid commissions
Wage and hour rights in the workplace include the rights to a meal break as well as a 15-minute break for every 4 hours of work you put in. If you are working more than 8 hours a day or more than 40 hours per week, chances are you are entitled to overtime pay. Contact an attorney at Shea & McIntyre, P.C. today to ensure your rights are being respected.
Have You Been Waiting for Your Pay?
For employees who have been waiting to collect unpaid wages or overtime, they may be entitled to additional pay. When an employer owes an employee and fails to pay promptly, a penalty can be added to the amount they owe.
Whether you are an employer or an employee, these issues can become very complicated and cost you lots of time and money. It is in your best interest to work with an experienced attorney dedicated to protecting your rights. Contact us today to speak with a knowledgeable attorney about your wage and hour disputes. Call our San Jose law office at 408.298.6611 or send us an e-mail.