Overtime Not Paid at Overtime Rates
The complaint for this class action alleges that Target Corporation misclassified some of its employees as exempt from overtime and other legal labor requirements. In this case, it’s employees who held the position of Executive Team Leader—Human Resources (ETL-HR), who allegedly did not spend most of their time performing managerial functions. The laws referenced are state laws—primarily the California Labor Law and the state’s Industrial Welfare Commission (WC) Wage Orders.
This class action involves California labor law and the failure of the defendants to pay employees for all hours worked and for missed meal and rest breaks. The defendants in this case include MRC Global US, Inc. and any other entities, whether corporate, individual, or otherwise, that may be deemed an agent of MRC Global or an employer of the plaintiff in this case.
Fidelity Brokerage Services, LLC, Fidelity Investments, and FMR, LLC are paying out $1,200,000 to settle a collective and class action alleging that Fidelity did not properly calculate the rate of pay to apply to overtime hours for certain employees.
This class action brings suit against Circle K Stores, Inc. It alleges that Circle K did not pay employees properly for overtime and did not either provide rest and meal breaks or give them additional compensation for the missed breaks. It brings suit under a number of California laws and requirements.
Firebirds Restaurants is settling a class action alleging that it did not pay its servers properly under the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) and various state laws. The complaint alleged that the restaurants did not pay proper minimum wages or overtime, and that it claimed the tip credit while not giving the employees the actual tips.
The complaint for this class action alleges that Ceva Logistics US, Inc. and Randstad Inhouse Services, LLC did not follow California laws in their payment and treatment of hourly employees. The violations include such things as missed meal and rest breaks, incorrect seventh-day pay, and itemized wage statements. The complaint brings suit under the California Labor Code (LC), California’s Business and Professions Code (B&PC), and Wage Orders issued by the California Industrial Welfare Commission (IWC).
This is a California class action brought against a company for allegedly misclassifying employees as independent contractors, then not paying them overtime and not permitting them to have rest breaks and other things required by law. The defendants this time are Moore Advanced, Inc. and NFI, LP.
This settlement encompasses both a collective action under the Fair Labor Standards Act and a class action for violations of state laws of Arizona, California, Colorado, Minnesota, New York, North Carolina, Ohio, and South Carolina. The complaint alleged that iQor Holdings US, Inc.
Susannah Mulhearn worked in the Lord & Taylor Eastchester store in Scarsdale, New York, in the Ladies’ and Men’s Shoe Departments. The complaint claims that Lord & Taylor, LLC violated both the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) and New York Labor Law (NYLL) on several counts relating to overtime pay, minimum wages, and commissions, as well as paying for all hours worked.
Labor violations such as improper overtime pay are not confined to small restaurants, manual labor agencies, and low-paid workers. AECOM is described in the complaint for this class action as a “multi-billion dollar engineering firm that provides design, consulting, construction, and management services” to clients across the country. However, the complaint says that AECOM did not properly pay its workers for overtime hours.