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.
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.
A hotel operator deliberately kept two sets of time records in an effort to avoid paying overtime. The result was predictable. The employer was caught and had to pay almost $42,000 in back wages and penalties.
Paying employees “off the books” is a temptation for many employers to avoid FLSA requirements. After all, if written documentation does not exist, it is almost impossible to get caught, correct?
A Texas employer and three of its top employees were recently convicted of felonies related to FLSA wage and hour violations.
A Houston-based hospital system recently agreed to pay more the $4 million for various FLSA violations that affected more than 4,500 employees.
Minimum wage, overtime and recordkeeping are three of the most common Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) violations.
Employee lawsuits are on the rise, according to Federal Judicial Center data, as reported by the Seyfarth Shaw law firm.
Three Sushi Rock restaurant locations in Cleveland, Columbus and Beachwood, Ohio, were recently investigated by the Department of Labor's Wage and Hour Division.
A recent audit of the Lackawanna Fire Department in New York by the NYS Comptroller revealed disturbing discrepancies - some firefighters were receiving wages for shifts they didn't work, while others weren't being paid for hours on the job.
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