Time and Attendance News > March, 2014

Cell phone retailer sued by former workers

A Midwestern cell phone retailer is being sued for time and attendance violations under the Fair Labor Standards Act.

Don’t Copy FLSA Mistakes of Copier Company

A company that markets and distributes copiers, printers, and other office equipment recently settled a class action lawsuit for $4.4 million with service technicians because of violations of FLSA and related state laws.

Judge awards former limo drivers $3.8 million in time and attendance lawsuit

The suit alleges time and attendance and other violations in accordance with the Fair Labor Standards Act.

Dancers allege FLSA violations, take club owners to court

Two exotic dancers have filed a class-action lawsuit against a company owning several gentlemen's clubs for time and attendance violations under the Fair Labor Standards Act.

Judge awards former limo drivers $3.8 million in time and attendance lawsuit

The suit alleges time and attendance and other violations in accordance with the Fair Labor Standards Act.

Dancers allege FLSA violations, take club owners to court

Two exotic dancers have filed a class-action lawsuit against a company owning several gentlemen's clubs for time and attendance violations under the Fair Labor Standards Act.

In-vitro services company facing time and attendance lawsuit

A company specializing in necessary products used during in-vitro procedures is being taken to court by a former employee over allegations of unpaid overtime, a violation of time and attendance policies outlined under the Fair Labor Standards Act.

Temporary warehouse workers file FLSA lawsuit against online retailer

The lawsuit claims that workers spent as much as a half-hour waiting for clearance to leave the facility as a result of security checks being performed on each individual.

In-vitro services company facing time and attendance lawsuit

A company specializing in necessary products used during in-vitro procedures is being taken to court by a former employee over allegations of unpaid overtime, a violation of time and attendance policies outlined under the Fair Labor Standards Act.

Temporary warehouse workers file FLSA lawsuit against online retailer

The lawsuit claims that workers spent as much as a half-hour waiting for clearance to leave the facility as a result of security checks being performed on each individual.

Cleaning Employer Pays Over $1 Million for FLSA Dirty Laundry

A Massachusetts cleaning contractor recently agreed to pay more than $1 million to 149 workers for FLSA violations.

Financial services firm faces FLSA lawsuit

A large financial services firm could be facing an employee time lawsuit under the Fair Labor Standards Act for trying to make former employee pay back money associated with being a broker.

Camera maker settles overtime lawsuit

One of the world's most prominent camera equipment makers has finally reached a financial agreement for violations under the Fair Labor Standards Act regarding unpaid overtime and employee management software abuse in two states.

New York financial services firm settles time and attendance lawsuit, faces another

A New York-based business financial firm settled a time and attendance lawsuit brought on by 428 employees alleging violations of the Fair Labor Standards Act for unpaid overtime.

Hawaiian hostel charged with FLSA violations

A Hawaiian company operating a dormitory-style hostel on the Island of Waikiki has been ordered to pay $110,000 to 91 employees under violations of the Fair Labor Standards Act.

Defunct grocery chain being sued for unpaid overtime

A now defunct, Chicago-based grocery store chain is being taken to court by two former managers for time and attendance violations related to unpaid overtime.

Restaurant chain faces second lawsuit for time and attendance violations

A New York-based restaurant chain is being sued for the second time in eight months for time and attendance violations.

Hawaiian hostel charged with FLSA violations

A Hawaiian company operating a dormitory-style hostel on the Island of Waikiki has been ordered to pay $110,000 to 91 employees under violations of the Fair Labor Standards Act.

Defunct grocery chain being sued for unpaid overtime

A now defunct, Chicago-based grocery store chain is being taken to court by two former managers for time and attendance violations related to unpaid overtime.

Restaurant chain faces second lawsuit for time and attendance violations

A New York-based restaurant chain is being sued for the second time in eight months for time and attendance violations.

Fast food chain being sued for labor violations

A national fast food chain is being taken to court by employees in the states of California, Michigan and New York for misuse of employee management software and other time and attendance violations.

Mortgage company sued for employee misclassification

An Ohio-based mortgage company is being sued for time and attendance violations regarding unpaid overtime by two former employees who worked as underwriters for the company.

Fast food chain being sued for labor violations

A national fast food chain is being taken to court by employees in the states of California, Michigan and New York for misuse of employee management software and other time and attendance violations.

Mortgage company sued for employee misclassification

An Ohio-based mortgage company is being sued for time and attendance violations regarding unpaid overtime by two former employees who worked as underwriters for the company.

California legislator accused of time and attendance violations

An assemblyman in California is being taken to court by a paralegal working on a campaign who clocked more hours than the individual was paid for.

President Obama to overhaul overtime policy

In a move viewed as having political ramifications in an election year, President Barack Obama will attempt to make sweeping policy changes regarding payment of overtime to workers under the Fair Labor Standards Act.

California legislator accused of time and attendance violations

An assemblyman in California is being taken to court by a paralegal working on a campaign who clocked more hours than the individual was paid for.

President Obama to overhaul overtime policy

In a move viewed as having political ramifications in an election year, President Barack Obama will attempt to make sweeping policy changes regarding payment of overtime to workers under the Fair Labor Standards Act.

$500K judgment against construction company based on time and attendance discrepancies

A Washington company primarily engaged in the installation of drywall materials will have to pay approximately $550,000 to current and former employees, based on a decision from the U.S. Department of Labor.

Time and attendance lawsuit, registration issues plague temp agency

A temporary employment agency in Massachusetts is facing both a lawsuit alleging unpaid overtime from current and former workers as well as issues with business registration from the state government.

Security provider faces misclassification lawsuit

A security services company based in California is facing accusations that it wrongly classified employees in an attempt to reduce financial obligations and other considerations.

Time and attendance lawsuit, registration issues plague temp agency

A temporary employment agency in Massachusetts is facing both a lawsuit alleging unpaid overtime from current and former workers as well as issues with business registration from the state government.

Accurately track delivery personnel hours with time and attendance software

Recent high-profile Fair Labor Standards Act judgments against and settlements with restaurants that employ delivery drivers highlight the importance of using proper employee tracking software to accurately record hours worked and increase compliance.

Resorts settle with DOL over FLSA violations, pay out more than $1M

A group of prominent ski resorts and other hospitality providers in the Aspen, Colo. area have reached an agreement with the U.S. Department of Labor over violations of employee time and attendance standards.

Al. firefighters settle FLSA lawsuit with municipality

A group of five firefighters previously or currently employed by an Alabama city have reached an agreement with that area's governing body to settle a lawsuit over various Fair Labor Standards Act claims.

Resorts settle with DOL over FLSA violations, pay out more than $1M

A group of prominent ski resorts and other hospitality providers in the Aspen, Colo. area have reached an agreement with the U.S. Department of Labor over violations of employee time and attendance standards.

Accurately track delivery personnel hours with time and attendance software

Recent high-profile Fair Labor Standards Act judgments against and settlements with restaurants that employ delivery drivers highlight the importance of using proper employee tracking software to accurately record hours worked and increase compliance.

Overtime woes plague shuttered grocery store chain

A Chicago-based chain of grocery stores that recently closed its doors will pass along an accusation of overtime discrepancies from managerial employees to its parent companies.

Minimum wage increase debate continues

The value of employee time and attendance is in a state of flux in states and municipalities across the country, highlighting the need for accurate attendance tracking software for businesses to stay current with possibly changing laws.

Warehouse workers' lawsuit over time and attendance goes to U.S. Supreme Court

The question of whether employees of a major online retailer should be compensated for time spent waiting in security checks at the beginning and end of their shifts will be heard by the high court of the U.S.

CT, Iowa look to raise state minimum wages

Among a group of states and municipalities interested in boosting the base value of employee time and attendance, Connecticut's plan for a minimum wage increase is in line with those proposed by other governing bodies.

Overtime woes plague shuttered grocery store chain

A Chicago-based chain of grocery stores that recently closed its doors will pass along an accusation of overtime discrepancies from managerial employees to its parent companies.

Minimum wage increase debate continues

The value of employee time and attendance is in a state of flux in states and municipalities across the country, highlighting the need for accurate attendance tracking software for businesses to stay current with possibly changing laws.

Warehouse workers' lawsuit over time and attendance goes to U.S. Supreme Court

The question of whether employees of a major online retailer should be compensated for time spent waiting in security checks at the beginning and end of their shifts will be heard by the high court of the U.S.

CT, Iowa look to raise state minimum wages

Among a group of states and municipalities interested in boosting the base value of employee time and attendance, Connecticut's plan for a minimum wage increase is in line with those proposed by other governing bodies.

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