Employee Time Entries for Payroll
Do you keep track of your daily clock-in and clock-out entries?
Why do I bring this up? Employers, and employers managers frequently change employee electronic time entries to avoid paying overtime pay, penalties on late taken meal breaks, penalties on late take taken rest breaks and creating entries that you had taken a meal break, when in-fact you never had taken a meal break at all.
The Law Offices Of Scott A. Miller, A Professional Corporation has recovered millions of dollars for California employees because of the California Labor Code penalties that an employer will likely face from inaccurate pay stubs due to the modifications and/or editing employees time entries. Almost every lawsuit we file has false entries to wage statements and/or time cards.
What Should You Do To Protect Your Rights To Pay?
We suggest every employee keep track of their own time records, commissions and bonuses. You can do this by simply taking a picture with your smartphone, you can keep a pocket sized spiral notepad and write the information in or if you have to, write the information on anything that you can keep with you, even a napkin. If you have witnesses, have them sign off that the record you copied is accurate and duplicative of what you entered on your employers time keeping system.
Most Wage Cases Are Won Based On The Actual Records Or Copy of The Records, Rather Than Words Alone
So, if you believe your employer is cheating you out of wages or proper rest and meal breaks through modifying your daily time records, feel free to call The Law Offices Of Scott A. Miller for a free consultation. Many of our cases are taken on a “no recovery, no fee” basis. Our office can be reached by calling 855 WAGE GUYS. Our office serves all California and Washington State in individual and class-action cases.
You will be glad you called.
Free Paycheck Stub Evaluation
The Law Offices Of Scott A Miller wants to help you by determining whether you are receiving properly calculated wages. This is especially important if you are an hourly paid worker, works over 8 hours per day or 40 hours per week, receives commission and bonus pay, eligible for sick pay, have unknown deductions from your pay, use your own vehicle or tools for employer related business, or anything else you are not absolutely sure is proper, we will review it. Gather as many pay check stubs that you have and call our office at 800-417-2008 or contact us online to schedule an initial consultation with our attorneys, and we will provide you with a time, fax number, or email address to forward your paycheck stubs to us.