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.
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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.
A pair of St. Louis police sergeants recently filed a class action lawsuit over the city’s unfair overtime policies that can strip an officer’s duly owed overtime wages if he or she suffers an injury on the job or takes leave.
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ST. LOUIS — Account executives for a Wells Fargo affiliate, Wells Fargo Insurance Services USA Inc., have reached a tentative settlement with the company in their putative overtime pay class action. In their lawsuit the account executives allege the company wrongfully misclassified their positions and denied them overtime compensation when they worked more than 40 hours in […]