SAN JOSE — After years of waiting, a group of sprinkler technicians finally received a $1.3 million payout from their employer, Cintas Fire Protection Services, as compensation for unpaid overtime and other wages.
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CALIFORNIA — A former University of Southern California football player recently hit the NCAA and PAC-12 with an unpaid overtime lawsuit claiming he and other student athletes are actually employees of the colleges they played for and therefore are owed years of unpaid wages.
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SAN JOSE, Calif. — The operator of five assisted living facilities in San Jose, Calif. owes $443,460 for alleged California law minimum wage and overtime violations, according to a citation announced March 28 by the California Department of Industrial Relations. The company, TJ Homes Corp., must pay 22 caregivers $192,050 in back wages, $150,200 in liquidated […]
SAN JOSE, Calif. — A group of truck drivers filed suit against Rich Voss Trucking, their employer, for violations of the wage and overtime provisions of California Labor Law. The suit alleges that the company failed to provide meal or rest periods, pay overtime, minimum wage, and final wages, failed to maintain records and provide […]
SAN JOSE, Calif. — A group of 1,375 current and former store managers and assistant store managers filed an overtime suit against Claire’s Boutiques Inc. alleging violations of California labor laws. The suit alleged that Claire’s Boutiques failed to properly account for the hours worked by the plaintiffs and did not provide them with sufficient […]