Overtime on the Seventh Day in CA

Are You Working 7 Days In A Row In California?
California Overtime Labor Laws: 7 Day Overtime Rule
We are investigating if California employers may have been violating their employees rights to a Day Of Rest. California employees are allowed at least one day off out of every seven days. If you believe your employer has failed to comply with California law the attorneys at Outten & Golden may be able to help.

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Outten & Golden’s experienced attorneys are dedicated to investigating potential labor law violations, including cases where employees are forced to work seven consecutive days without proper rest periods. Our legal team can help you understand your rights under California law and determine if your employer is violating the mandated rest period provisions. If you suspect that your employer is not in compliance with California labor laws and you have been working seven days in a row without adequate rest, reach out to Outten & Golden. Our skilled attorneys will evaluate your case, advise you on your legal options, and work diligently to ensure your rights are protected and that you receive any compensation you may be entitled to under the law.

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