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Have you had issues with unpaid commission or slow sale days?

For those with the right people skills, commission-based sales work can be quite profitable. Many employers who pay via commission also offer bonuses for high sales and selling add-ons or special packages. If you excel at selling, a commission system can end up being a great source of income. It means that the harder you work, the more you could potentially get paid for your efforts.

On-call rest periods violate California employment law

When employees who have been abused or mistreated by their employers file a lawsuit, they do more than create an opportunity for themselves to recover financial losses. Lawsuits that deal with critical areas of employment law, such as paid and unpaid break times and employee accountability during unpaid rest periods, can set precedents that helps others.

Have you worked for Vivint on a piece-rate compensation basis?

Some companies come up with creative ways to avoid paying their employees. In the case of Vivint, Inc., there has been a practice of deliberately avoiding paying minimum wage to their employees. Other companies in the state of California may also take steps to avoid paying their workers a fair wage. Piece-rate payment is when an employer pays its workers based on the number of units they create, sell or install.

Are you misclassified in your tech industry job?

It comes as no surprise to anyone that businesses are almost always looking for ways to save money. However, often the pursuit of meeting a bottom line comes at the expense of treating employees fairly and ethically. Over the last decade or so, the mass proliferation of tech companies and the expansion of reliable internet connections around the globe has had a major impact. It has given rise to more and more companies classifying large numbers of their workers as independent contractors rather than employees.

Know your workplace rights, because your employer may not

As an employee, you generally assume that your employer knows more about labor law than you do. They hire people all the time, right? Unfortunately, that doesn't mean they're experts or that they're going to look out for you, so knowing your workplace rights is important. Employers may not always realize that they are breaking important laws put in place to protect employees. Or, they may be deliberately ignoring your rights and hoping to get away with it for as long as they can. Either way, employees are the ones who will suffer.

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