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Wage & Hour

Cadry Law Group is deeply committed to advocating for employees in wage and hour disputes, a critical area of employment law in California. California's wage and hour laws are some of the most employee-friendly in the United States, providing strong protections to ensure workers are fairly compensated for their labor. These laws cover a range of issues including minimum wage, overtime pay, meal and rest breaks, and proper classification of employees as either employees or independent contractors.


In California, wage and hour disputes often arise from employers failing to pay the state-mandated minimum wage, not compensating for overtime at the correct rates, denying legally required breaks, or misclassifying employees to avoid paying proper wages and benefits. Our team at Cadry Law Group is well-versed in these complexities. We understand that such violations can significantly impact an employee's earnings and well-being, and we are dedicated to ensuring that workers receive the wages and benefits they are legally entitled to.

Our approach involves a thorough evaluation of each client's situation to identify potential violations, and we are equipped to handle a variety of cases, from individual claims to large class-action lawsuits. California law also allows for penalties against employers who violate wage and hour laws, and we work diligently to secure not only unpaid wages but also any additional compensation due to our clients. Whether it's a case of unpaid overtime, denied rest breaks, or misclassification issues, our firm is prepared to provide robust legal representation.


If you believe your wage and hour rights have been violated, reach out to Cadry Law Group for a consultation. Our expertise in California employment law can guide you through the complexities of your claim and help you understand the best course of action. We are committed to fighting for the rights of employees and ensuring that justice is served in wage and hour disputes. Contact us now for a free consultation.

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