Driving Time: Pay Getting To And From Work Or Between Jobs

Employers sometimes try to cut corners by refusing to pay employees for the work time they spend in their cars. These employees may find they are spending their time driving from place to place, or to/from home in a company vehicle, without being paid for that time.

If you drive as part of your job or if you drive a company vehicle, you should know the law protects you. California wage and hour laws require employers pay workers for all time worked.

If your employer is breaking the law, it owes you compensation. So what should you do? Start by talking with an attorney at Righetti • Glugoski, P.C., in San Francisco, to discuss the details of your situation and to find out if you have a strong claim.

Our law firm serves clients in the Bay Area and statewide in class action litigation and specific employment issues. Our lawyers have significant experience working with employees and individuals who face issues concerning unpaid overtime, wage pay disputes, off-the-clock rounding and more.

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Contact us for an immediate, complimentary and confidential consultation with one of our skilled attorneys. You may call 415-983-0900 or 800-447-5549 or simply complete an online contact form. We highly respect your privacy, and we will not tell your employer you reached out to learn your rights.