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Redwood City Minimum Wage Attorney
California employees have a right to earn minimum wage. Minimum wage is set by Federal, State, and Local laws. As you may know, when it comes to laws, the more local the laws, the more restrictive they are. This is because local governments are allowed to narrow the law, but not expand it.
As such, Redwood City has decided to issue its own local minimum wage ordinance, which is currently higher than the California minimum wage requirements. Regardless of which law, employers often fail to pay their employees the bare minimum wage. This results in the employee losing out on thousands of dollars in lost/stolen wages. Wage theft can occur in a number of ways, for example, when an employer intentionally misclassifies an employee as an independent contractor, incorrectly misclassifies an employee as being an exempt-salaried employee, or fails to pay the employee for all their time spent working.
Redwood City Minimum Wage Requirements
January 1, 2021
January 1, 2020
Has your employer failed to pay you the proper minimum wage?
Recover Your Unpaid Wages and Monetary Damages.
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Q: How do employers fail to pay employees the Redwood City Minimum Wage?
A: Yes. Even if you are no longer working for the company, you still have the right to bring claims for unpaid wages, interest, and all associated penalties – you could be significantly more than just your unpaid wages!
A: There are a number of ways! The common scenarios include:
Outright refusal to do so
Misclassification as an independent contractor
Mischaracterization as a salary-exempt employee
Failing to pay employees for all hours worked
Q: What if I already quit? Can I still bring my claims for unpaid wages?
Frequently Asked Questions
California Minimum Wage Requirements
- $13 / hr (25 or fewer employees)
$14 / hr (26 or more employees)
- $12 / hr (25 or fewer employees)
$13 / hr (26 or more employees)
- $11 / hr (25 or fewer employees)
$12 / hr (26 or more employees)
- $10.50 / hr (25 or fewer employees)
$11 / hr (26 or more employees)
- $10 / hr (25 or fewer employees)
$10.50 / hr (26 or more employees)