Time and Attendance News > May, 2014

Kitchen staff sue restaurant for minimum wage violations

Nine employees of restaurant located just outside of Chicago have filed a time and attendance lawsuit for unpaid wage violations.

Houston hospital sued for employee time violations

Nurses working at a large hospital facility in Houston are suing for employee time violations related to inadequate lunch breaks.

Arizona drywall company settles time and attendance lawsuit

A drywall company in Arizona has settled a time and attendance lawsuit related to unpaid overtime.

Former bakery employee files overtime lawsuit

An employee, who would been working for the defendant for nearly a decade as a cake decorator was paid $670 as a flat rate despite working more than 80 hours per week during the holidays.

Virginia police officers settle overtime lawsuit

A city in Virginia, along with its police department has settled a time and attendance lawsuit with law enforcement officers relating to unpaid overtime.

California warehouse workers settle wage and overtime lawsuit

Warehouse workers in California have settled a time and attendance lawsuit related to a number of violations covered by the Fair Labor Standards Act as well as California Labor Laws.

Health care company in Boston facing FLSA lawsuit

A health care company in Boston is being sued for employee time violations with respect to unpaid overtime and unused vacation.

Car dealership being sued for time and attendance violations

Former service workers employed at an auto dealership in Massachusetts is suing for time and attendance violations related to employee misclassification, unpaid overtime and being made to work during meal breaks.

Former recreation director sues for unpaid overtime

An ex-New Jersey recreational worker is suing her former employer for time and attendance violations related to unpaid overtime.

Judge orders former antique dealer to pay back overtime wages

A federal judge in Illinois has called for the former owner of an antique coin and metals shop to settle a class-action lawsuit for time and attendance violations related to unpaid overtime.

Former recreation director sues for unpaid overtime

An ex-New Jersey recreational worker is suing her former employer for time and attendance violations related to unpaid overtime.

Judge orders former antique dealer to pay back overtime wages

A federal judge in Illinois has called for the former owner of an antique coin and metals shop to settle a class-action lawsuit for time and attendance violations related to unpaid overtime.

Dairy delivery drivers file FLSA lawsuit

Three delivery drivers, one current and two former, are suing a dairy in Maine for time and attendance violations related to unpaid overtime.

Former sheriff's deputy sues for unpaid overtime

An ex-law enforcement officer in Arkansas is suing his former employer for employee time violations of the Fair Labor Standards Act related to unpaid overtime.

Dairy delivery drivers file FLSA lawsuit

Three delivery drivers, one current and two former, are suing a dairy in Maine for time and attendance violations related to unpaid overtime.

Former sheriff's deputy sues for unpaid overtime

An ex-law enforcement officer in Arkansas is suing his former employer for employee time violations of the Fair Labor Standards Act related to unpaid overtime.

Police sergeant nearing settlement of overtime lawsuit

The suit revolves around unpaid overtime for work-related duties taken place before the sergeant's shift.

New York media company settles intern lawsuit

The lawsuit itself set in motion a change in federal policy as it relates to interns.

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.

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