According to a collective action suit, Texas Roadhouse enrolled its waitstaff into a tip credit plan that failed to meet the federal requirements and therefore owes its tipped employees the full minimum wage.
ConocoPhillips ran afoul of the Fair Labor Standards Act when it misclassified employees as independent contractors and withheld overtime pay, according to a class action filed in North Dakota.
The City of Cleveland is facing a suit for allegedly allowing public servants to accumulate excess compensatory time.
A class action suit accuses Lyft of illegally misclassifying employees as independent contractors to avoid providing overtime and other benefits.
According to a proposed class action, Ulta Beauty, Inc. shorts employees on wages in part by subjecting them to mandatory security checks after they clock out but before they can leave the store.
Aetna Life Insurance Company and Aetna Inc. are on the receiving end of a proposed collective action in which a former employee claims she and other care management workers are owed unpaid overtime wages.
Three Colorado casinos face a lawsuit in which a former employee claims workers were deprived of proper wages due to their hours being rounded down in the companies' favor.
Target Corporation is the defendant in a proposed class action filed by a man who claims he was misclassified as an “exempt” employee and denied proper wages.
ADP finds itself facing a lawsuit filed by a former customer service representative who claims he was not paid for pre-shift tasks.
A lawsuit claims Hertz Corporation location managers in New York were deprived of proper OT in that their "managerial" duties matched more closely with those of regular employees.