Make a detailed demand for what you are owed.
DESCRIPTION:This a letter to your non-California employer demanding payment for the following:
- Failure to Pay Wages
- Failure to Pay Minimum Wages
- Failure to Pay Overtime Wages
The letter includes the federal labor codes which may have been violated, provides a way to total up what you are owed, and provides a means to make a reasonable demand for payment.
BEST USE OF THIS FORM:
If you feel you are not being paid correctly or not receiving all of your wage and hour rights, this demand letter allows you to make an informal pre-litigation demand to your employer for money and penalties owed to you. The letter includes the federal labor codes to explain each violation and what is owed.
OTHER FORMS YOU CAN USE WITH THIS FORM:
If you are able to reach a settlement of your wage and hour claims with your employer use the My Job Claim.com Settlement Agreement to resolve your claims.
Be careful how you calculate your hourly wage. If you make minimum wage, make sure to check that you are making the appropriate updated minimum wage for your area. Make sure to include all "off the clock work" you may have worked also.
Also, this letter uses federal law and not individual state law, which in may provide different or stronger protections for your particular case than federal labor law. I you feel the need to cite labor law in your particular case, you may want to consult local legal counsel in your area.
Always proofread for typos and format issues to make the letter as professional looking as possible.
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