Employment Law For Technology Manufacturing Employees
The technology industry extends far beyond just software, websites and apps. The continued rise of mobile phones, tablets and other portable technology has led to increased technology manufacturing and a prevalence of manufacturing-related jobs. Unfortunately, the increased demand for these devices has also led technology manufacturing jobs to require long hours. In an attempt to pad their bottom line, employers often try to classify employees as exempt so that they do not have to pay them overtime for these extra hours.
If you work in the manufacturing portion of the technology industry and have questions about whether your employer has paid you as required by law, we at Garay Law can help. When you come to our office, we will sit down with you to discuss the specifics of your situation and then provide you with a candid assessment of any legal claims you may have.
You are not automatically an exempt employee just because your employer says so.
If your job is largely mechanical, repetitive, routine or nondiscretionary, you may be nonexempt. Your job title has no bearing on whether you are exempt. What actually determines your exempt or nonexempt status is your day-to-day activities and job responsibilities.
Whether you are a designer, manufacturing engineer, developer, fabricator or any other worker in the technology manufacturing process, our attorneys have the experience and innovative litigation strategies necessary to protect your rights.
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