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Sunrise Senior Living Overtime and Breaks California Class Action

Sunrise Senior Living Services, Inc. and related Sunrise companies are accused in this class action of not obeying California Labor Laws and Industrial Wage Orders, on topics such as overtime pay, proper meal and rest breaks or compensation for missed breaks, and “downstream” violations that spring from these initial violations, such as inaccurate wage statements  Read more

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BAE Systems Overtime and Breaks California Labor Law Class Action

Which employees of a company are “exempt”—that is, which do not need to be paid overtime under employment laws? This case alleges that forensic analysts working for BAE Systems, Inc. or BAE Systems Technology Solutions & Services, Inc. are not exempt, because of the kinds of duties they perform.  Read more

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Peri Farms Wages, Hours, Breaks California Employment Class Action

This class action brings suit against a farm company and its production manager for some all-too-common employment violations, in any setting. According to the complaint, those who work for Peri & Sons Farms of California, LLC, and its production manager, Roy Estrada, do not get proper overtime pay or rest or meal breaks, among other  Read more

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LG Electronics Pay, Overtime, Breaks California Class Action

LG Electronics USA, Inc. makes home appliances, electronics, and mobile communications products— refrigerators, air conditioners, cell phones, televisions, washing machines, and so on. Unfortunately, the complaint for this California class action makes allegations that are all too common—that employees are not paid for all hours worked and not properly compensated for missed meal or rest  Read more

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Rite Aid Unpaid Security Search Time California Class Action

This California labor law class action brings familiar complaints about off-the-clock work, overtime, and meal breaks against Rite Aid Corporation and Thrifty Payless, Inc. The first eight causes of action are intended as class action claims under the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure Rule 23. The ninth is brought on behalf of the California Labor  Read more

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Kohl’s Assistant Store Managers Exempt from Overtime California Class Action

California labor law requires that assistant managers must be paid overtime pay for overtime hours worked, unless more than half of their time is spent on management work. The complaint for this class action alleges that Kohl’s Department Stores, Inc. and Kohl’s Corporation improperly classify their assistant store managers (ASMs) as exempt from this requirement  Read more

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Allied Universal Security Services Collective Action for Unpaid Wages

This is not a settlement at this time. It is an invitation to join a collection action against Universal Protection Services, LP, which does business as Allied Universal Security Services. The complaint alleges that Allied required employees to perform job duties before and after their shifts but did not pay them for these duties. It  Read more

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Cognizant Technology Overtime Settlement

Cognizant Technology Solutions US Corporation and Cognizant Technology Solutions are paying well over $5 million to settle a class and collective action alleging that they did not pay workers proper overtime. The collective action claims the companies violated the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA); the class action brings suit for violations under California’s labor laws.  Read more

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Du Pont and Adecco All Wages Due Settlement

E.I. du Pont de Nemours and Company and Adecco USA, Inc. are paying $5 million to settle a class action concerning people who worked twelve-hour shifts at DuPont’s Towanda, Pennsylvania facility. The complaint alleged the workers were not paid, or not properly paid, for the time they spent donning and doffing gear or engaging in  Read more

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Phillips 66 Construction Field Representatives Misclassification Settlement

Phillips 66 Company is paying just short of a half a million dollars to settle a collective action under the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA). The complaint alleged that Construction Field Representatives staffed by Hayes Fields Services were misclassified as independent contractors and therefore paid a day rate without any overtime pay.  Read more

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