Generate Reports and Track Data? Call 800-568-8020 for Wage Law Advice
Report Developers fill an important role in California businesses in this modern era of technology. Report Developers often make a fixed salary regardless of the amount of hours they work. This can sometimes violate California and federal labor law. We’re known as one of California’s premier wage and hour law firms, and we work with employees in the information systems industry that develop reporting and data tracking systems in San Francisco Bay Area, Silicon Valley, Los Angeles, Orange County and San Diego.
Employment Law Lawyers Committed to Representing IT/IS Report Developers
At Blumenthal, Nordrehaug & Bhowmik, our California employment law attorneys represent Report Developers who are cheated out of their full wages in the following types of manners:
- Report Installers who make a fixed salary and don’t get paid overtime wages
- Report Administrators who are not paid back for the expense of attending training, seminars or certification classes
- Failing to reimburse Report Analysts for software, tools and equipment
- Not paying Report Developers for time spent troubleshooting, installing and maintaining report systems off-the-clock and on weekends, evenings or holidays
- Not compensating IT/IS report managers for “on-call” and standby work time
In order to classify computer report developers as exempt from overtime wages, it is the employer’s burden to prove that the employee meets the exemption test. If you are performing routine, repetitive tasks you may be able to recover back pay and penalties for your current or former employers illegal pay practices.
We represent employees in the information technology and information systems industries that enter computer data, install, and troubleshoot systems for the generation of company reports such as Report Specialists. We also have the experience to represent systems computer technicians that work long hours developing cost per lead tracking systems. If your line of work involves entering and tracking data or generating reports and you are not paid overtime wages for working more than 8 hour days or 40 hour weeks, contact one of our employment law attorneys in California for a free consultation. Your employer may be trying to undercut the state’s labor laws, and you may be able to recover money and damages as a result.
Our experienced division of labor lawyers works with information technology workers such as help-desk and customer support specialists throughout the state of California, including the San Francisco Bay Area, Silicon Valley, Los Angeles, Orange County and San Diego.