SCV NewsBreak | Jan. 11, 2016: Labor Wage Violations; Car Fire; more
Investigators from the U.S. Department of Labor’s Wage and Hour Division found a Castaic business to be violating labor laws.
Officials with the Los Angeles County Fire Department were dispatched to a car fire Monday afternoon.
Santa Clarita City Council members will decide Tuesday whether to give themselves a 10-percent salary increase.
County supervisors approved a move to look harder at road safety on Bouquet Canyon Road following a crash that left one woman dead.Television viewers can catch the SCV NewsBreak on SCVTV at the top of every hour from 7 p.m. to 11 p.m., repeating the following morning at 6 a.m. and 8 a.m. SCVTV runs on Time Warner Cable Channel 20 and AT&T U-Verse Channel 99, and streaming on SCVTV.com.
I am sorry to say that this is a huge joke and a slap on the wrist to the employer.
I’m talking from experience. ……..
I sued my then, employer here in the SCV after a year plus in court I finally won my case….. $11,549.00 dollars he now owes me and won’t have to pay a penny of it.
Because the only thing the courts can do for you is get you a “Judgement Lien” then walk away from the case and send you to a collection agency that will tell you it can take up to 10 years to collect from the judgment debtor or you can go after them on your own.
That also is a joke because once you don’t use the courts recommended collection agency they wash their hands of your case.
Don’t believe me? Ask me for copies of my case and I will gladly show you!
It’s now been a year since I won my case and I’m still without pay!
The court shouldn’t be recommending any collection agency. You are on point about everything else.
So who gets the 118,000 dollar fine? the government?
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