A little more than a week after it permanently suspended operations just eight games into its inaugural season, the defunct Alliance of American Football (AAF) finds itself staring down more than one proposed class action lawsuit.
Illegal labor practices are pervasive in our society, especially within the restaurant industry, and it seems many employers are content to ignore the requirements of the age-old Fair Labor Standards Act.
A former Nusr-et Steakhouse waiter has filed a proposed class and collective action against the international restaurant chain and its owner over claims that he and other tipped workers were cheated out of proper wages.
A 54-year-old Pennsylvania man has filed a proposed class action lawsuit against IKEA US Retail, LLC over allegations that he and other hourly employees over 40 were denied leadership development opportunities because of their age.
A Brigadier General in the Arizona Army National Guard has filed a proposed class action against his employer – American Airlines, Inc.
A Hispanic man claims in a proposed class action lawsuit that The Coca-Cola Bottling Company of Northern New England, Inc. applies a preference for white employees.
Four uniformed service pilots have filed a proposed class action lawsuit against Delta Air Lines over an alleged 'anti-military corporate culture.'
Many restaurant workers are unaware that their employer may be robbing them of their rightful wages.
If Shakespeare's to be believed, a rose by any other name would still smell as sweet. It's a nice idea, but a lousy principle – especially when it comes to work.
Can a company impose rules banning employees from sharing wage and salary information? What if you talk about it anyway – is that a reason to be let go?