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Moms In Motion Facing Employee Misclassification Class Action Case

A proposed wage and hour class action has been filed against Moms In Motion, Inc. on behalf of individuals currently or formerly employed as “service facilitators” or “senior service facilitators.” The Virginia woman who filed the action alleges she and similarly situated case workers, tasked with providing social worker support for individuals with disabilities and their families, were unlawfully classified as professional/administrative employees exempt from Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) overtime protections. Court documents show the plaintiff argues she and other facilitators were incorrectly classified in bad faith by the defendants, and that their actual job duties did not support their status as exempt. 

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