Overtime Not Paid at Overtime Rates
Three defendants are being sued in this class action: AutoPartsPros, LLC, Genuine Parts Company, and Napa Auto Parts. The complaint for this class action alleges that all are responsible for the violations of the California Labor Code and Industrial Welfare Commission (IWC) Wage Orders alleged by a former employee.
This class action brings suit under California’s labor laws against DSW Shoe Warehouse, Inc. and Designer Brands, Inc. The complaint alleges that, like all too many employers, these companies seemed indifferent to employees getting their required meal and rest breaks, pay for all hours worked, and proper overtime pay.
A common issue in labor class actions is the misclassifications of employees as independent contractors when they are really employees. The complaint for this class action brings suit against Uber Technologies, Inc. for a number of labor violations that spring from the alleged misclassification of its drivers as independent contractors.
This class action is brought under California labor laws against Georgia-Pacific Corrugated, LLC. The complaint alleges that the company did not properly compensate its non-exempt workers for overtime work, missed meal breaks, and missed rest periods, among other things.
This class action concerns employment practices at the California distribution centers of the Target Corporation. The issues are the failure to pay overtime, the failure to provide adequate itemized wage statements, and the failure to pay waiting time penalties, under California labor laws.
The complaint for this class action takes up some perennial labor issues, under Massachusetts state law. It alleges that Raymours Furniture Company, together with its president and treasurer, Neil and Steven Goldberg, violated the law by not giving employees overtime pay and Sunday and holiday pay, and that it maintained an unlawful arbitration program.
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.