A Helping Hand Overtime Pay Lawsuits

A Helping Hand Overtime Pay Lawsuits

The North California based company, A Helping Hand, is an innovative startup that helps seniors live an independent life by taking effective care. The company was founded in the year 1995 with 21 clients but is currently serving more than 300 clients.  Today there are about 200 employees currently working with A Helping Hand.

This company assists clients for both short term as well as long term requirements. The caregivers help clients by accompanying them for entire day or nights if required. Transportation services, home care, planning and cooking meals, providing timely medication, in-home care, health care, etc. are some of the services that the company offers.

More About Home Health Care Workers

Caregivers and home health aides often work more than 40 hour work per week but are not paid overtime pay by their employer.   For certain caregivers, this is a violation of federal overtime pay laws.

Recently, the Companionship Services Exemption was eliminated by the United States Department of Labor in connection with workers who work for third parties, such as home healthcare companies and hospice companies.  This means that caregivers who work for an agency or company are eligible for overtime pay. Caregivers employed directly by the patient or family are not eligible for overtime pay.

Lawsuits are being filed to recover unpaid wages for workers who are being paid both on an hourly basis and for those who receive a salary.   Your eligibility to qualify for overtime pay depends on a number of factors, including whether your employer has classified your job title as exempt under the Companionship Services Exemption.

If you currently work or did work at A Helping Hand in the past and were refused or denied overtime pay, you should call now to speak with our experienced overtime pay lawyers today. Our overtime pay attorneys will determine if you are entitled to receive overtime wages based upon your job description, job duties, rate of pay, and number of hours worked, and your job classification.

A Helping Hand cannot fire you for requesting overtime or filing an unpaid overtime lawsuit.  This is a violation of federal laws and would subject your employer to serious penalties.  There are strict time deadlines for filing lawsuits so it is essential that you contact an attorney immediately.

Contact Our A Helping Hand Overtime Pay Lawyers

Our experienced legal team will give you a Free, Confidential Case Review to determine if you unlawfully refused overtime pay.  If you have a claim, we will start working on your case immediately.  We charge no legal fees until you receive a settlement and there are no costs to start your claim.

Call us today at (855) 754-2795 to discuss your case right now with an overtime attorney!

We handle overtime pay lawsuits for personal assistants, certified home health aides, home care aides, certified nursing assistants (CNA), registered nursing assistants, companions, companion caregivers, daily living workers, direct care workers, direct support workers, nursing assistant, personal care providers, respite workers, and homemakers.

Text Now For Free Case Review