Avoiding/limiting wage overtime liability
Minimizing Employer Risk
Wage-and-hour disputes are common complaints lodged against employers. Whether your business employs 5 or 50,000 workers, it is essential that you understand how to prevent and/or limit wage and overtime liability before these matters cause major problems.
At Simpson, Garrity, Innes & Jacuzzi, P.C., our lawyers work with businesses in Northern California, helping them reduce their risk of compensation disputes. Our legal team, composed of shareholders and experienced associates, has detailed understanding of state and federal wage-and-hour laws.
Skilled Liability Reduction Attorneys
One of our shareholders is a former compliance officer and has extensive experience with the Department of Labor. Our firm uses this knowledge when representing corporate clients in individual or class action wage-and-hour lawsuits.
Our legal team provides comprehensive compensation liability services, including:
- Wage-and-hour audits
- Evaluation of compliance with meal and rest breaks and minimum wage regulations
- Exemption analysis to determine appropriateness of job classification
- Record keeping counseling for human resources management
- Representation in wage-and-hour litigation before the state and Department of Labor
Whether you are dealing with employees or independent contractors, we can help ensure your business is protected from compensation disagreements that could end up in costly litigation.
Reducing Risk for Northern California Companies
To discuss how our firm can help you prevent or limit wage and overtime liability, contact Paul V. Simpson, Ronald F. Garrity or Marc L. Jacuzzi online or call our South San Francisco office locally at 650-615-4860. Our firm has received an AV Peer Review Rating* through Martindale-Hubbell.*
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