Employment Law Lawyers Working for Information Security Staff
Computer security specialists are primarily responsible for planning, coordinating and maintaining information. Computer security specialists are often paid a fixed salary and not paid overtime wages for working more than eight hours in a workday or forty hours in a workweek. In an effort to gain an unfair advantage on labor costs over competitors, California businesses often cheat technology workers and computer security specialists out of wages and other state and federal employment rights. This treatment of employees is not only immoral, but also illegal.
At Blumenthal, Nordrehaug & Bhowmik, our California employment law attorneys represent technology and computer workers who are subjected to illegal employer pay practices involving:
- Paying computer security specialists fixed salaries and no overtime wages for working more than 8 hours in a day or forty hours in a week
- Treating information systems security workers as exempt from overtime or as independent contractors
- Failing to reimburse information technology protection employees for equipment, licenses, training and other certifications
- Failing to pay IT and IS security for remaining “on-call” or for working “off-the-clock”
- Failing to record and pay data security analysts for time spent attending meetings and training
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Our attorneys also concentrate on helping information technology workers in the data security industry recover money and penalties for illegal employer practices such as wrongful termination, discrimination and harassment. Being a computer technician is demanding. You have to work long hours, on evenings and even during the weekends and holidays. Sometimes, the work environment becomes intolerable.
The information technology overtime wage attorneys at Blumenthal, Nordrehaug & Bhowmik are known as some of California’s premier wage and hour lawyers. We have an impressive track record of obtaining large settlements and judgments in California cities such as Los Angeles, Orange County, San Diego, Silicon Valley and the San Francisco Bay Area on behalf of computer workers who are victims of their company’s illegal activity.