A class action wage/hour lawsuit in California is a lawsuit in which a large group of employees with the same grievance against their employer sue their employer as a group.

A class action suit in a wage and hour case might make sense if an employer was, as a matter of course, violating California wage/hour laws with regard to a number of employees. Moreover, if one employee has been subjected to violations in the workplace, it is likely that other employees have endured similar violations.

If you suspect that your employer is in violation of any California employment and labor laws and has violated your rights and/or the rights of other employees, you may be able to file a class action lawsuit. In a class action lawsuit, an individual employee can file a complaint against an employer on behalf of other similarly situated employees. The class action lawsuit brings together and disposes of thousands of claims at one time that are impractical to litigate individually, making the process much more efficient.

The attorneys at Shah Sheth LLP have handled numerous class action cases in both the state and Federal courts throughout California. Shah Sheth LLP has represented clients in class action cases involving the following violations of the California Labor Code and/or California Wage Orders:

Unpaid Minimum Wages
Unpaid/Improperly Paid Overtime/Double Wages
Unpaid/Improperly Paid Commission Wages
Off-the-clock work without compensation
Failure to provide proper meal and rest breaks
Inaccurate Paycheck stubs
Waiting Time Penalties for failure to pay all wages owed at the time of termination
Non-exempt employees misclassified as overtime-exempt employees
Employees misclassified as independent contractors
Unreimbursed expenses for personal cell phone usage, mileage, tools, uniforms, etc.
Penalties under the California Private Attorneys’ General Act (“PAGA”)

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