Randolph Hotel, Inc. is the defendant in a proposed class action filed by a former hourly employee who claims she and other workers were not paid off-the-clock work. The case claims that in some weeks, for example, the plaintiff would work 35 hours but only be paid for 23 hours of work. Further, the plaintiff was allegedly not paid time-and-a-half hourly overtime wages for all hours worked over 40.
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