California allows employees to sue employers as “private attorneys general,” or sue on behalf of the state for any Labor Code violations. This may be beneficial if you were not paid on designated paydays at least twice a month, and did not receive overtime or correct wages. However, if an employee files as a private attorney general, 75% of the funds collected will go to the state.


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