Two former assistant-managers, one from Alabama and the other from the District of Columbia, recently filed a proposed class action lawsuit against Panera Bread in federal court over allegations that the company failed to pay them overtime wages and improperly classified them as overtime exempt under federal wage laws.
Filed Under: Missouri News – Lawsuits, Settlements, Information
The United States Department of Labor recently announced that it resolved a wage theft lawsuit with a Blue Springs, Missouri buffet restaurant and that the defendant will compensate all the affected workers by paying due wages and applicable damages.
ST.LOUIS — A Missouri federal judge recently handed down a ruling allowing a class action unpaid overtime lawsuit brought by a group of home health care workers to proceed against the defendant, St. Louis based SSM Home Care, to recover the class’s lost wages.
KANSAS CITY — A group of Kansas City EMTs is once again taking its fight to receive all due wages to court after filing a unpaid overtime lawsuit against the city to compel the municipality to comply with a 2014 court mandate.
A woman working for a staffing agency filed a proposed class action unpaid overtime lawsuit against her employer, alleging she and other employees were improperly classified as overtime exempt employees.
ST.LOUIS — A Jackson County, Missouri Circuit Judge recently issued a ruling granting class action certification to an overtime pay lawsuit against health care IT company Cerner Corp. over allegations the defendant intentionally misclassified hundreds of employees as overtime exempt.