The State of California gives employees – including salespeople earning commission – the right to be paid for their work, the right for their work to be paid on time, and for the right to be paid overtime.
Unfortunately, there are unscrupulous employers across the state that attempt to keep the commissions rightfully owed to their sales forces. This is known as “failure to pay commissions” and affects salespeople in every aspect of a business. Here at JML Law, we take on many lawsuits such as this, where employees have been denied their hard-earned cash because their employer has ignored their moral and legal duties to pay workers the commission that they are owed.
If you are a salesperson working in California for a firm, you have certain legal rights, which our lawyers will always fight to protect. You must have a written agreement with your employer which spells out certain terms and conditions for your employment, including the type of commission you are paid, how many times a month you will receive your commission (usually twice per calendar month), and any legitimate deductions that can be taken to cover certain expenses. This agreement between you must be signed by both you and your employer, and it cannot be changed retrospectively once it has been signed. Termination of employment – either by you or your employer – is also covered by California law.
Some unscrupulous employers avoid paying all earned and unpaid wages at the end of a salesperson’s contract. Here at Anaheim JML Law, our failure to pay commission lawyer will work hard to ensure that these employers – who are breaking the law –are held to account and will pay you the wages that you have earned. We have many years of experience in these types of cases, and we have an excellent track record in winning compensation for our clients.
We know this is the last thing you wanted to have to deal with, but JML Law is here to help. Our team of experienced attorneys will work to ensure you get the compensation that is owed to you. We do not think it is right for anyone to practice wage manipulation.
Has your employer terminated you before you received your pay?
Have they refused to attribute sales to you?
Have they changed your pay structure or commission schedule without notifying you?
If you answered yes, then our Anaheim failure to pay commissions attorneys are standing by. You can contact us by clicking here or calling us at 818-610-8800 for a free consultation. We will work to make sure that you get the money that is rightfully yours.
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