OMAHA — A Nebraska restaurant recently agreed to a settlement with the U.S. Department of Labor to resolve claims that the company violated several provisions of federal labor and wage laws, including failure to pay overtime wages to several of its workers. As part of the settlement, Auburn-based El Portal Mexican Restaurant will pay back […]
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OMAHA — A veteran security officer for the Nebraska state hospital system filed a proposed class action unpaid overtime lawsuit over allegations the the State of Nebraska, the Department of Health and Human Services, and various state hospitals refused to pay workers.
Check out our Final Rule illustration, and be sure to share the infographic with colleagues and employers who may be subjected to the new overtime pay laws.
OMAHA — Frederick Baglio, a former boiler operator for Omaha based meatpacking company Greater Omaha Packing Co., has recently filed a lawsuit against his former employer on grounds that he was subjected to violations of the Fair Labor Standards Act.
These questions and answers cover the details surrounding the final rule, and address what’s included in the final rule, as well as compliance and communication strategies, budget implications and possible morale and productivity issues.
OMAHA — A Nebraska truck driver’s claim of retaliation was dismissed recently in federal court. The federal court judge did not believe there was sufficient evidence to link the driver’s negative performance reviews, and eventual termination, to his filing of a wage and hours claim against his employer, Werner Enterprises Inc. The driver brought both […]