Those involved in the litigation will receive approximately $10,000 each in monetary damages.
Thirty employees will split a $14,760 settlement.
Airline fleet service workers in California are taking their employer to court for time and attendance violations related to unpaid overtime and not being allowed to take meal breaks.
The owner of two Boston-area hotels is being sued by former employees for time and attendance violations related to unpaid overtime.
A mortgage underwriter in New Jersey is being allowed to continue a time and attendance lawsuit for unpaid overtime in a case with very unique circumstances.
A federal judge in Florida will allow additional litigants to join a class-action lawsuit against a large home improvement retail chain for time and attendance violations related to unpaid overtime.
A person working as a cook at a Pennsylvania-area restaurant is suing for time and attendance violations related to unpaid overtime, as well as wrongful termination.
The time and attendance violations could affect as few as 4,000 and as many as 6,000 individuals in Washington D.C. and the lower 48 states.
The farm owner circumvented federal and state minimum wage laws by classifying workers as independent contractors, resulting in employee time violations.
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