“Honesty is the first chapter of the book wisdom.”
Riverside Truck Driver Wage Lawyer Bill Turley
When it comes to California Truck and Delivery drivers, there is no one who works harder then these men and women. They provide for the rest of us and they bust their butts while their doing it.
And the one thing that ticks me off more then anything, is seeing these hard working folks like yourself getting ripped off by the companies they work for. That's why I wrote my book, California Truck & Delivery Driver Wage Theft. I packed this book with information to help folks like you know if they are getting ripped off by their employer. We will send you the book for free and cover shipping.
Before you order it, check out all of the 5 Star Amazon reviews. These reviews were written by drivers from all over Californa who wanted to know more about their wages.
Let's Talk About Driver Overtime, Meal Breaks, Wait Time, Rest Periods and not getting paid the money that you worked hard for
I don’t have to tell you that driving a truck is a hard way to make a living. I used to ride with my Dad when he drove trucks when I was a kid. It’s hard enough when you are getting paid what you are supposed to be paid. It’s really tough when the company is ripping you off. Based on what I see, if you are a Riverside Truck Driver - you are probably getting ripped off by the company.
How do I know?
I am a Riverside Truck Driver Wage Lawyer. I represent more drivers than any lawyer in California. I see this go down everyday. Guess what? You can and should get your money back. I’ll show you how.
The Company Has To Pay You For All The Time You Work
Under California truck driver wage and hour law, the company is required to pay you for all the time that you work.
Overtime for Drivers
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Driver Piece Rate Compensation Plans
For example, some Riverside truck delivery companies use a formula to pay its drivers. Here are common components of piece rate systems for delivery drivers:
(1) the number of miles you driver on your route
(2) the number of delivery stops made on your route
(3) the number of cases of product you deliver on your route
Many companies don’t pay for waiting time. The way this goes down is when you make a delivery and have to wait while the truck is being unloaded or you have to wait at a terminal until it is your turn for your truck to get unloaded. This is illegal under California law. Under California piece rate compensation laws for truck drivers, the company has to pay you for all the time you work - not just for piece rate items. This includes waiting for a terminal to open up or waiting in line at a terminal.
Pre-Trips and Post-Trips
Many Riverside truck companies don’t pay drivers while you are doing your pre-trips and post-trips. Under California piece rate compensation laws, the company is required to pay for all the time you work - not just for piece rate items.
The company has to pay you to take a 10 minute rest period - two times in shifts 6 hours or more. With truck driver piece rate compensation systems, this almost nver, ever happens.
Based on what I see everyday, it is an extremely rare when the company is following California law in regard to meal breaks.
If the company automatically deduct 30 minutes from your time for meal periods - they deserve to be sued. Seriously, I haven’t seen a company yet that does has an auto-meal deduction policy and practice that complies with California law. Every one that I have seen is in violation of California wage and hour laws.
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