ON DEMAND: Getting Paid: Wage & Hour Basics

Class recorded September 1, 2020

This class will provide the basics of California wage and hour law, which sets the rules for how to calculate a worker’s hours, when breaks must be given, and how sick pay is earned and what it can be used for, among other topics. Learn who is covered (employees vs. independent contractors), and hear about the process for claiming and recovering unpaid wages.  

Class covers:

  • Rules for how to calculate a worker’s hours
  • When breaks must be given
  • Sick pay: how it’s earned, and what it can be used for
  • Who is covered: employees vs. independent contractors
  • The process for claiming and recovering unpaid wages

Presented by:

Matt Clark, Attorney, Legal Aid Foundation of Los Angeles (https://lafla.org/)

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