Off the Clock Work

Did you know it is illegal for your employer to ask you to work off-the-clock?

In California, employers are required to pay their employees for any work they do for the employer. This means that your employer cannot legally ask you to work without clocking-in or after you have clocked-out of work.

Unfortunately, many employers try to avoid paying overtime wages by asking their employees to work off-the-clock. As a dedicated employment law attorney, I’ve seen it time and time again, employers asking their employees to work for free and not only is it not fair, it’s illegal.

Have you been asked to work off the clock?

If you’ve been asked to work off-the-clock, your employer is breaking the law and violating your rights. Chances are, if he or she is asking you to work off-the-clock, he or she is probably asking the other employees to do the same thing, which means he or she could be in some serious legal trouble for failing to comply with the law.

This also means that you need an attorney NOW to help protect your rights and stop the abuses from continuing. These cases demand knowledgeable, experienced legal representation because they often involve multiple plaintiffs and may develop into class action cases. With years of experience exclusively representing employees in individual cases and class actions, I have the experience you need.

I represent employees throughout California who have been asked to work off-the-clock by their employers. I offer free, no obligation consultations and handle all employment law cases on a contingency fee basis, meaning you won’t pay me unless we reach a favorable resolution for your case and you get paid.

You don’t have anything to loose, reach out today so that I can help you protect your rights and ensure that you get the money you deserve for the work you’ve already done.