Health Care Worker Misclassification

The employees within the health care industry are some of the most overworked. While we understand the importance of dedication to patients, it should not be to the point where employment laws are being violated. Health care employers are commonly guilty of violating employee classification laws in California. Doctors, nurses, X-ray technicians and physicians' assistants are often forced to work many overtime hours, but they are never properly compensated for this. As a health care worker, you may be wrongfully classified as an exempt employee. Seek unpaid overtime wages today. You deserve to have your rights as an employee upheld.

Helping Wrongfully Classified Health Care Workers In California

The experienced employee misclassification attorneys at Gigliotti & Gigliotti have more than 25 years of experience. We are extremely knowledgeable in California laws governing exempt employees. Find out if you have been misclassified as an exempt employee. There could be substantial unpaid overtime pay that you are entitled to.

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The Misclassification Of Health Care Workers

Workers within the health care field are many times overworked and employers fail to properly compensate for these long hours. The law provides for these types of situations by requiring employers to properly classify exempt versus nonexempt employees. The title of your job, how you are paid or how your position is traditionally paid within the industry does not matter. There are many specifications under California wage and hour laws that determine this classification and we will apply this to your specific situation.

Health care workers often misclassified include:

  • Doctors
  • Nurses
  • Certified nursing assistants (CNAs)
  • Physicians' assistants
  • Lab technicians
  • X-ray technicians
  • Radiologists
  • Dieticians
  • Physical therapists
  • Psychiatrists
  • Home health care workers
  • Personal attendants

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Talk about the specifics of your exempt health care employee case in a free initial phone consultation. Call 800-560-1081 to schedule yours.