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California Mechanic Lawyer - California Mechanic Class Action Attorney - Bill Turley
If you turn wrenches for a living, you know how hard it is to make ends meet. It is even tougher to make ends meet when your employer is stealing your hard earned wages. I know, because I represent folks just like you. I am a California Mechanic Lawyer / California Mechanic Class Action Attorney. I represent mechanics across California.
Based upon what I see, most California car dealers, truck repair outfits and car repair outfits are ripping off folks just like you. How does this Wage Theft and stealing go down?
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Illegal Piece Rate Pay For California Mechanics
Many California mechanics are paid by what is called a piece rate system. This means that you don’t get paid per hour, but you are paid per job or by a system for each piece of work that you perform. Most piece rate systems for California mechanics are illegal because they don’t pay you for down time, on call time or for none piece rate duties, like cleaning up.
Illegal Rest Breaks For California Mechanics
In addition, your employer must provide you pay for your rest periods. Very few California employers that use a piece rate system, pay mechanics for their rest breaks. Under California law, you are owed an hours wages for every paid 10 minute rest break that is not provided to you.
Illegal Meal Periods For California Mechanics
If your employer makes you stay on call during lunch periods or stay on premises, then it is an illegal meal period under California law. Under California law, you are owed an hours wages for every meal period that isn’t provided to you.
The Joy of Math For California Mechanics
You may be reading this and say, “So what? What does all this matter to me?” I call it the joy of math. What you are going to see is all these California wage and hour law violations quickly add up. I call it the joy of math. So will you when you see how much money in back wages you are owed.
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