Time and Attendance News > April, 2014

Transportation company facing employee misclassification lawsuit

A California-based transportation company is being sued for violations of the Fair Labor Standards Act related to employee time.

Professional basketball team owner facing overtime lawsuit

The owner of a team in the National Basketball Association, who received a lifetime ban from the league for racially insensitive comments, is being taken to court for time and attendance violations.

Transportation company facing employee misclassification lawsuit

A California-based transportation company is being sued for violations of the Fair Labor Standards Act related to employee time.

Professional basketball team owner facing overtime lawsuit

The owner of a team in the National Basketball Association, who received a lifetime ban from the league for racially insensitive comments, is being taken to court for time and attendance violations.

Concert promoters face FLSA lawsuit

Two companies involved in the production and promotion of concerts and other live events are being taken to court for employee time violations related to minimum wage violations and unpaid overtime.

New York restaurant owners settle FLSA lawsuit

The case was initially filed on behalf of the plaintiffs who accused the defendants of withholding tips paid by customers to wait staff.

Hospital system in California sued for unpaid overtime

The suit is seeking class-action status due to the system being in charge of the day-to-day operation of 12 hospitals where as many as 400 workers could be affected.

Professional football cheerleaders sue for minimum wage violations

A New York-based team that competes in the National Football League is being taken to court by five former cheerleaders for employee time and minimum wage violations.

Car service company in New York settles overtime lawsuit

A New York-based car service company agreed to a class-action settlement with 489 of its drivers who claimed time and attendance violations as it relates to unpaid overtime.

Maryland hospital system faces employee time lawsuit

Workers claim they were made to work through their lunch breaks without being paid.

Ohio hotel workers sue for time and attendance violations

A hotel management company in Ohio is being sued in two separate cases for time and attendance violations of the Fair Labor Standards Act relating to unpaid overtime as well as minimum wage payments.

Restaurant chain facing national class-action employee time lawsuit

The suit was initially filed on behalf of employees in the New York metro area working for the restaurant in a number of different capacities.

Car service company in New York settles overtime lawsuit

A New York-based car service company agreed to a class-action settlement with 489 of its drivers who claimed time and attendance violations as it relates to unpaid overtime.

Maryland hospital system faces employee time lawsuit

Workers claim they were made to work through their lunch breaks without being paid.

Ohio hotel workers sue for time and attendance violations

A hotel management company in Ohio is being sued in two separate cases for time and attendance violations of the Fair Labor Standards Act relating to unpaid overtime as well as minimum wage payments.

Restaurant chain facing national class-action employee time lawsuit

The suit was initially filed on behalf of employees in the New York metro area working for the restaurant in a number of different capacities.

Professional football cheerleaders sue for minimum wage violations

A New York-based team that competes in the National Football League is being taken to court by five former cheerleaders for employee time and minimum wage violations.

Texas oil company faces FLSA lawsuit

90 people employed by the company, either in the field as equipment operators or in other support roles, claim they routinely worked between 50 and 100 hours per week without being compensated for overtime.

Restaurant franchisee in Texas faces FLSA lawsuit

The plaintiffs allege time and attendance violations relating to their employer allowing them to work overtime, but not properly compensating them for it.

Del. Attorney General office facing FLSA lawsuit

The Attorney General's office in Delaware is facing a time and attendance lawsuit.

Calif. property appraisers win FLSA settlement

Those involved in the litigation will receive approximately $10,000 each in monetary damages.

Cleveland-area security company settles second time and attendance lawsuit

Thirty employees will split a $14,760 settlement.

Airline fleet service workers file time and attendance lawsuit

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.

Calif. property appraisers win FLSA settlement

Those involved in the litigation will receive approximately $10,000 each in monetary damages.

Cleveland-area security company settles second time and attendance lawsuit

Thirty employees will split a $14,760 settlement.

Airline fleet service workers file time and attendance lawsuit

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.

Two Boston-area hotels sued for FLSA violations

The owner of two Boston-area hotels is being sued by former employees for time and attendance violations related to unpaid overtime.

Judge allows unique time and attendance lawsuit to proceed

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.

Large home improvement chain facing overtime lawsuit

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.

Pa. restaurant sued for overtime violations, wrongful termination

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.

Judge allows unique time and attendance lawsuit to proceed

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.

Large home improvement chain facing overtime lawsuit

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.

Pa. restaurant sued for overtime violations, wrongful termination

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.

Discount retailer faces employee time lawsuit

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.

Judge grants migrant farm workers in Michigan employee status

The farm owner circumvented federal and state minimum wage laws by classifying workers as independent contractors, resulting in employee time violations.

Discount retailer faces employee time lawsuit

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.

Judge grants migrant farm workers in Michigan employee status

The farm owner circumvented federal and state minimum wage laws by classifying workers as independent contractors, resulting in employee time violations.

Temporary staffing agency workers file time and attendance lawsuit

A large temporary employment agency in Michigan is being sued by four employees for time and attendance violations.

School bus company settles FLSA lawsuit with drivers

Bus drivers in Maryland have settled a time and attendance lawsuit against the second largest school bus company in the United States.

Social workers sue for time and attendance violations

Two individuals employed as social workers in the state of Virginia are suing for time and attendance violations related to unpaid overtime.

Temporary staffing agency workers file time and attendance lawsuit

A large temporary employment agency in Michigan is being sued by four employees for time and attendance violations.

School bus company settles FLSA lawsuit with drivers

Bus drivers in Maryland have settled a time and attendance lawsuit against the second largest school bus company in the United States.

Social workers sue for time and attendance violations

Two individuals employed as social workers in the state of Virginia are suing for time and attendance violations related to unpaid overtime.

Large retailer settles time and attendance lawsuit

Assistant managers at a large retail store chain have been awarded a settlement in a class-action time and attendance lawsuit filed against the company.

Judge grants class-action status to police department lawsuit

The lawsuit was filed in 2012 on behalf of a 14-year veteran of the department claiming that he, along with other police officers, were not fairly compensated for overtime.

Large retailer settles time and attendance lawsuit

Assistant managers at a large retail store chain have been awarded a settlement in a class-action time and attendance lawsuit filed against the company.

Judge grants class-action status to police department lawsuit

The lawsuit was filed in 2012 on behalf of a 14-year veteran of the department claiming that he, along with other police officers, were not fairly compensated for overtime.

Judge grants settlement in time and attendance lawsuit

A large food manufacturer in Nebraska is close to settling a six-year-old lawsuit for time and attendance violations.

Reality show producer sued for unpaid overtime

The suit has been given class-action status and the number of people working at the production company affected by these allegations is said to be at least 100.

Drug Store Chain Pays Heavily for FLSA Violations

A drug store chain recently agreed to a $23 million class-action settlement and learned some expensive lessons about the FLSA and state wage-and-hour laws.

Judge grants settlement in time and attendance lawsuit

A large food manufacturer in Nebraska is close to settling a six-year-old lawsuit for time and attendance violations.

Reality show producer sued for unpaid overtime

The suit has been given class-action status and the number of people working at the production company affected by these allegations is said to be at least 100.

Drug Store Chain Pays Heavily for FLSA Violations

A drug store chain recently agreed to a $23 million class-action settlement and learned some expensive lessons about the FLSA and state wage-and-hour laws.

K​-9 officers sue department for employee time violations

Law enforcement officers working in the State of Kentucky's K​-9 unit are taking their employer to court for employee time violations under the Fair Labor Standards Act.

Mail order prescription drug company faces FLSA lawsuit

A large company specializing in mail order prescription fulfillment is facing a time and attendance lawsuit in the State of Arizona.

K​-9 officers sue department for employee time violations

Law enforcement officers working in the State of Kentucky's K​-9 unit are taking their employer to court for employee time violations under the Fair Labor Standards Act.

Mail order prescription drug company faces FLSA lawsuit

A large company specializing in mail order prescription fulfillment is facing a time and attendance lawsuit in the State of Arizona.

Popular Las Vegas magician facing FLSA lawsuit

The suit was filed on Feb. 15 on behalf of seven former employees working in four of the magician's companies who allege they were all made to work more than the standard 40 hours in a work week.

California nursing home facing overtime, retaliation lawsuit

The suit alleges the company made employees perform work duties while not on the clock, failed to properly compensate for overtime, falsify timecards and even retaliated against an employee.

Popular Las Vegas magician facing FLSA lawsuit

The suit was filed on Feb. 15 on behalf of seven former employees working in four of the magician's companies who allege they were all made to work more than the standard 40 hours in a work week.

California nursing home facing overtime, retaliation lawsuit

The suit alleges the company made employees perform work duties while not on the clock, failed to properly compensate for overtime, falsify timecards and even retaliated against an employee.

Major League Baseball facing overtime lawsuit by minor leaguers

It appears the public sector isn't the only place that time and attendance lawsuits are filed.

City employee gets raise in FLSA lawsuit settlement

The budget director of a small city in New Jersey recently settled a time and attendance lawsuit alleging violations of the Fair Labor Standards Act regarding claims of unpaid overtime.

Major League Baseball facing overtime lawsuit by minor leaguers

It appears the public sector isn't the only place that time and attendance lawsuits are filed.

City employee gets raise in FLSA lawsuit settlement

The budget director of a small city in New Jersey recently settled a time and attendance lawsuit alleging violations of the Fair Labor Standards Act regarding claims of unpaid overtime.

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.

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