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January 12, 2009

California IT Layoffs Continue in 2009, may be linked to lawsuits

Filed under: FYI,unemployment,US — 7macaw @ 8:08 am
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United Employees Law Group’s attorney Walter Haines suspects a correlation between California layoffs and California class action lawsuits regarding California meals and breaks and the failure to pay California overtime. “With an increase in the California unemployment rate in the computer sector, California IT layoffs are inspiring software employees to become more aware of California labor laws. Many are finding they may be entitled to back California overtime pay. If entitled these employees can go back and collect their overtime pay for up to four years, even if they do not have record of the hours they worked.”

United Employees Law Group, PC, continues to file California overtime pay class action lawsuits against some of the nation’s largest computer companies.

Source: PRWeb

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