Correctly compensating employees is one of the biggest challenges employers face today.
In recent years, we've seen more wage-hour claims than any other workplace dispute. Our response? Catch it before it happens. We help clients prevent claims by auditing their workplace practices and exposing potential issues before they lead to court.
And it’s not just theory. If we discover an issue, we deliver practical solutions to get you on track. Fast.
Whether its overtime, payroll, meal break, off-the-clock work or employee classification, wages are more complicated than most think. We offer training and on-call advice for management and HR team members, so that everyone understands wage standards, keeping your business litigation-free.
And if it’s too late to prevent a claim? Our team is also armed with solutions for any potential dispute. We will prep you for state and federal audits, conflict resolution and provide you with a strong defense against lawsuits.
Law360 | September 24, 2020
This article on notable pandemic-related wage and hour issues quotes San Francisco Labor & Employment associate Jade Butman on whether employers would be on the hook for the time that workers spend adhering to building safety protocols.
WHEC-TV (Rochester) | March 19, 2020
Rochester Labor and Employment partner Kim Harding spoke to the local NBC affiliate via FaceTime to discuss new work restrictions announced by New York Governor Andrew Cuomo. Kim talks about employee staffing, staggered scheduling and which businesses qualify as essential.
Law360 | February 20, 2019
Boston Labor & Employment counsel Matt Frankel is quoted in this article about a Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court ruling that could make it easier for private attorneys to take on cases alleging violations of the state’s Wage Act.
Law360 | November 04, 2018
San Francisco Labor & Employment partners Bob Dolinko and Seth Neulight and Los Angeles Labor & Employment associate Irene Scholl-Tatevosyan are mentioned in this article for their representation of Hertz in a matter regarding employees wage and rest break.
SHRM.com (Society of Human Resource Management) | May 07, 2018
San Francisco labor and employment partner Seth Neulight is quoted in this article analyzing a California Supreme Court case, Troester v. Starbucks, that could decide whether employers there must pay employees for ‘de minimis’ time—amounts of working time that are hard to track.
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