Time and Attendance News > December 2012

Pennsylvania K-9 officers sue for overtime pay

Jun 29, 2012

Two police officers from Wilkinsburg, Pennsylvania, recently filed a lawsuit to recover lost wages as the result of unpaid overtime.

California supply chain management company sued for employee misclassifications

Jun 29, 2012

C.H. Robinson, a California-based supply chain and transportation management company, was recently notified of a class action lawsuit regarding employee misclassifications.

Titanic overtime lawsuit could sink singer

Jun 29, 2012

Keith Sturtevant recently filed charges against his former employer, Celine Dion, for violating the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) overtime provisions.

Auburn transit drivers denied overtime pay

Jun 28, 2012

Groome Transportation, the company that operates Auburn University's Tiger Transit has amended its payroll policies to cut overtime allowances as the result of economic challenges.

What to expect in the aftermath of a Wage and Hour Division investigation

Jun 28, 2012

The Department of Labor's Wage and Hour Division is dedicated to weeding out employers violating the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA).

Hi Tek car wash slapped with overtime and minimum wage lawsuit

Jun 28, 2012

The Hi Tek car wash in Brighton Beach, New York, is among the latest to be charged for improper payroll practices.

Social media changing the way companies approach employee recruitment

Human Resources
Jun 27, 2012

Recruiters are using social networks like Facebook and LinkedIn more than even to identify new talent and facilitate hiring, according to recent survey by JobScience.

Amusement park and fair workers not owed overtime

Jun 27, 2012

Many seasonal employees who work at amusement parks and fairs are not guaranteed the same rights to overtime pay for employee attendance.

Pennsylvania hospital agrees to pay nurses $4.5 million for overtime

Jun 27, 2012

The Lehigh Valley Health Network in Philadelphia offered to pay nurses $4.5 million to settle overtime claims, according to the Morning Call.

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