A proposed collective action filed on behalf of store clerks employed by Kashmir Road Lines, LLC claims the gas station and convenience store operating outfit failed to pay the workers proper overtime wages. The plaintiff claims Kashmir Road Lines does not accurately track the hours worked by its store clerks when they start shifts early or end shifts late. Instead, the defendant allegedly rounds employees’ time “to the next or previous full hour to determine hours worked,” which results in unpaid off-the-clock work time.
On top of this, the case claims the defendant only pays store clerks at their regular hourly rate for all hours worked over 40 in a week, and not at the time-a-half hourly overtime rate to which they’re entitled.
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