Wages
- Your Rights to Wages - (Wages)
Hours and Time Off
- Work Hours and Time Off - (Hours and Time Off)
Classification
- Job Classification - (Classification)
Enforcement
- Wage and Hour Enforcement - (Enforcement)
Lawyers
- Wage and Hour Lawyers - (Lawyers)
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Wage Claim Procedures

What Is a Wage Claim?

Most states have an administrative process for claiming unpaid wages.
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How Can I Enforce My Wage and Hour Rights?
 
Do I Need a Lawyer for My Overtime or Wage Case?

Updated: 2020-06-25 by

A wage claim is an administrative complaint you can make against your employer with your state department of labor. Most states have created a process for employees to file a wage claim with a government agency, so they can get their claims adjudicated and get the money they are owed, in less time and for less money than it would cost to file a lawsuit. Not every state has a wage claim procedure, however. Check the website of the California Department of Industrial Relations to learn more. 

 

How Can I Enforce My Wage and Hour Rights?
 
Do I Need a Lawyer for My Overtime or Wage Case?

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