Wage and Hour Audits
Tressler regularly guides employers through the maze of legal requirements for wages, hours of work and pay practices. We spend the majority of our time litigating and counseling in this highly specialized and regulated area. Tressler attorneys have the knowledge and experience necessary to collaborate with our clients to develop assessments specifically tailored to their needs, and the practical bent to develop solutions compatible with our clients’ business goals.
Our attorneys are adept at analyzing questions under federal and state laws on topics such as exempt and independent contractor classification, overtime requirements and calculation, tipped employee issues, meal and rest breaks, compensability of pre-shift and post-shift activities and training time.
Pay Practices Reviews. A review of policies and practices for compliance with federal and state laws governing regular rate and overtime pay, minimum wage, uncompensated work periods, pooling and distribution of gratuities, meal breaks, the timeliness of wage payments, vacation pay, and holiday premium pay.
Comprehensive Reviews. A comprehensive review of exposure that includes classification and pay practices reviews.
Classification Reviews. A review of policies and practices to determine whether employees are properly classified as exempt from federal and state minimum wage and overtime requirements or whether workers are properly treated as independent contractors.
For more information or to schedule a free consultation, contact attorney Karl P. Schlecht at firstname.lastname@example.org or (949) 336-1177. We look forward to working with you.