Dear XXXXXph, Thank you for the information you have listed regarding my question. You state that since I am am a Non-Exempt employee I would be entilted. However, the company has me classified as Exempt - so this is why I am very concerned. Please advise.
Thanks again for your response. I now wonder if I bring this up to my emplyer, and they dismiss my claims, what receourse do I have? I make 6 figures and still have f years until retriement and do not want them to find away to fource me out. Do you think I have a case?
Again my sincere Thanks. I will discuss this with my family and decide how I want to move forward. If by chance the company dismisses my concern, does not take action and I contact the State of CA, do you feel that I would need to have counsel on retainer to move forward.?
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