Missed Meal And Rest Break Pay

Every employee in California is entitled to meal breaks and rest breaks, and many are provided vacation and sick time benefits as well. If an employer is refusing to pay or denying your right to these types of time off, you may have grounds to file a wage and hour claim. When facing an employment law issue such as this, it is important to have an experienced lawyer on your side.

We, at Gigliotti & Gigliotti, provide sick pay dispute and other wage and hour dispute representation to clients in Orange County and the surrounding areas. Our firm relies on over 25 years of experience in handling sick pay dispute matters and various employment law issues for employees and employers. Complete our online contact form to request a free telephone consultation.

Meal And Rest Breaks

California law protects meal and rest breaks for employees. In California, the practice of having an employee waive a meal break or requiring an employee to take a break at the beginning or end of a shift is prohibited. For more information about California law regarding meal breaks, contact an attorney at Gigliotti & Gigliotti today.

Vacation Pay

Under California law, vacation benefits once earned cannot be taken away. So-called use it or lose it policies are illegal in California. Where company policies provide for vacation pay for employees, those employees cannot be denied vacation benefits. If an employee is leaving the place of employment, all earned vacation pay must be paid in accordance with company policy.

Do not take wage disputes lightly. Call us today to schedule your free initial consultation. During that time, you can discuss your individual case and needs, plus options for seeking a resolution with an experienced attorney at Gigliotti & Gigliotti.