A Georgia hotel company recently agreed to a settlement with the U.S. Department of Labor to resolve claims that the company underpaid several members of its staff when it did not pay the group for their overtime work.
Filed Under: Hotel Employee Overtime Lawsuit News – Lawsuits, Settlements, Information
Omni Hotels Management Corporation, a chain of luxury hotels in many states, has come under much scrutiny after facing a lawsuit citing the chain was not paying employees proper overtime wages required by the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA).
LOS ANGELES, CA — Two workers for an upscale Los Angeles area resort recently filed a proposed class action lawsuit against their employer over allegations that the company failed to pay them and other workers all their due wages for their time spent preparing for their shifts every day.
New York Hotel Workers File Unpaid Overtime Lawsuit Against Hotel Owner, Allege Harassment and Retaliation
NEW YORK — Over one-dozen current and former restaurant workers for a New York hotel recently filed a federal class action lawsuit against the business, claiming the defendant underpaid workers, denied overtime, and went as far as to retaliate against at least one employee after she confronted management about pay discrepancies.
LOS ANGELES –The Oakland, California City Attorney recently filed an unpaid overtime lawsuit against an area hotel on behalf of several former workers the city claims are due unpaid wages and other damages.
VIRGINIA — A pair of former inn workers for a Virginia, Minnesota restaurant recently filed a class action unpaid overtime lawsuit against their employer alleging the defendant engaged in rampant wage theft and withheld overtime pay.