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Lawsuit: Railroad Company Denies Pay for Travel Time

R.J. Corman Railroad Group, LLC is the defendant in a proposed class action lawsuit that claims it failed to properly compensate employees for all the overtime hours they worked. More specifically, the suit argues that the railroad company owes employees wages for the time they spent traveling from their homes to job sites away from their homes and vice versa. According to the complaint, the defendant is required under the Fair Labor Standards Act to compensate employees for “travel that is all in the day’s work.”

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