Unpaid Reimbursements

Unpaid Reimbursements Employment Law

Unpaid Reimbursements Law:

Under California law, you are entitled to get reimbursement for your employment-related expenses. This includes mileage when your car is used for employment-related purposes, uniforms that employees are required to wear on the job and meals, travel and mileage. Laws protect employees from unpaid reimbursements and suffering any expense that the employer is responsible for.

Unpaid Reimbursements Legal Issues:

Your employer cannot require that you purchase clothing from your employer. If you are required to wear a uniform, your employer must pay for its cost. An employer must also provide reimbursement for cell phone usage, if the employees are to conduct work through employee cell phones. When the employee receives a phone bill, the employer is required to reimburse the work-related expenses. Employees that are required to use their automobiles for a work-related task must be provided a mileage, gas and insurance reimbursement.

What an Employment Lawyer can do for you:

If your employer has illegally deducted money from your wages or you have not received reimbursement for business-related expenses, contact an employment lawyer today. An employment lawyer can represent employees with unpaid reimbursements as the law states and help them get the compensation they deserve.

Lawyer Referral Service:

If you are a victim of unpaid reimbursement, you are entitled to recover for wages dating 4 years back, including interest. Speak to an employment lawyer to learn more about how to get compensation for your unpaid reimbursements

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