A Michigan restaurant recently agreed to a settlement with the U.S. Department of Labor to resolve claims that the company failed to pay dozens of workers overtime pay in violation of federal labor and wage laws.
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A Michigan fruit market recently agreed to a settlement with the U.S. Department of Labor to resolve claims that the company failed to pay hundreds of workers for their overtime wages, a violation of federal wage and labor laws.
A Detroit-area security company recently reached an agreement with the Department of Labor to resolve claims that the company violated federal wage and labor laws by creating separate businesses to disguise the amount of hours workers spent on the job.
Over 500 current and former workers for a Detroit-area chain of Taco Bell franchises recently joined a class action unpaid overtime lawsuit filed in federal court over allegations that the defendant broke several federal wage and labor laws.
PHILADELPHIA, PA — Hundreds of landscapers in an unpaid overtime collective action lawsuit recently secured a substantial $4.8 million settlement to resolve claims with their former employer over allegations that the defendant failed to pay overtime and other wages under federal labor laws.
Michigan Federal Judge Conditionally Certifies Class Action Overtime Pay Lawsuit Against Taco Bell Franchise Owner
DETROIT — A group of Detroit area fast food workers recently scored a significant victory after a Michigan federal judge agreed to conditionally certify class action status to plaintiffs in an unpaid overtime lawsuit against Sundance Incorporated, which owns approximately 150 Taco Bell franchises across the country.