COLLECT THE OVERTIME WAGES YOU ARE OWED BY YOUR BIG FOUR FIRM!

DID THEY GIVE YOU A SALARY BUT WORK YOU
AS A "PROFESSIONAL" IN NAME ONLY?

THE WEBSITE FOR OVERTIME CLAIMS AGAINST BIG FOUR FIRMS

THE WEBSITE FOR OVERTIME CLAIMS AGAINST BIG FOUR FIRMS

  THIS WEBSITE IS FOR FORMER OR CURRENT BIG FOUR
JUNIOR SALARIED EMPLOYEES WHO WANT
TO COLLECT UNPAID OVERTIME WAGES

VISIT OUR WEBSITE ON THE ERNST & YOUNG STAFF/SENIORS OVERTIME LAWSUIT BY CLICKING HERE: EYLAWSUIT.COM

      This office is investigating and litigating claims against one or more Big Four firms on behalf of persons who worked in a variety of salaried junior positions, sometimes referred to by the title "Staff" or "Senior" or "Associate" or "Financial Management Associate" or by other titles. These persons had undergraduate, and sometimes graduate degrees, and often worked in excess of 40 hours a week. They would work in the Audit, Accounting, Business Services, Tax, and other departments of these firms. Their work time was often billed to clients of the firm. While they may have had advanced training in law, accounting, finance, or other fields, and may have been eligible to be licensed as a CPA or attorney (and actually received such license), the work that they performed was predominately of a "support" and not "professional" nature. They would typically not advise clients and would make few (if any) independent decisions and exercised very little discretion. Tasks assigned to these persons would often consist of gathering information for their superiors, reviewing documents or data for their superiors, coordinating activities with the firm’s clients, organizing materials and data from clients, and other support type functions.  Many such employees may have felt that they were really "time billing excuse" machines for their Big Four firm, i.e., a way for their employer to bill time to clients for the sort of clerical, secretarial and support functions that should have been performed by the firm's "non-billable" support staff.

      This office believes that the foregoing Big Four employees were not truly "overtime exempt salaried professionals" under State and Federal Law and should have received overtime pay for work over 40 hours a week (time and one-half or double time pay) in addition to their salary and bonus payments. Because many of these persons worked long hours (in excess of 50 hours a week) they may be owed significant amounts of unpaid overtime wages. By way of example, under California law a misclassified (for overtime purposes)  Staff or Senior earning $48,000 a year is being paid a salary of $923.08 a week and may be considered to have been paid by that salary $23.08 an hour for 40 hours of work a week.  When that person works in excess of 40 hours a week they can be deemed, under California law, to be entitled to additional overtime pay of at least $34.62 an hour.for each hour worked over 40 hours in the week.   An employee owed that sort of overtime payment for 10 hours a week (for a 50 hour week) for 40 weeks of work during the year would be owed $13,846 in unpaid overtime for the year.  The foregoing is just an example based upon the assumptions and legal approach discussed, no guarantee can be made that any such overtime pay is either owed or would be collected through litigation.

      Please call Leon Greenberg at 702-383-6369 for further information or send an email to him at wagelaw at hotmail.com (response form is also below).  All representation is on a "no collection/no fee" (contingency) basis with the client having no responsibility to pay litigation costs if there is no recovery.  All inquiries are kept strictly confidential.

      For more information on why you may be owed overtime even though you were a salaried employee, you were paid bonuses, you were told you were receiving a higher salary instead of overtime, or there are no exact time records of your work, please click here and read our "Why is Overtime Owed?" page.
   
      Leon Greenberg is an attorney licensed to practice law in New York, California, New Jersey, Pennsylvania and Nevada.   Litigation may also be undertaken in other states (in association with affiliated counsel).  More information on him and his law practice is available at his website, overtimelaw.com.   The views expressed herein are strictly those of Leon Greenberg and should not be construed as giving legal advice or as an advertisement to provide legal services in any jurisdiction in which Leon Greenberg is not licensed to practice law.  Please direct all inquiries or communications to Leon Greenberg at (702) 383-6369 or by email.

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