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US Labor Dept. Presses Gas Stations in N.J. To Pay Employees Overtime As Required

By David Madden

TRENTON, N.J. (CBS) — Federal labor officials in New Jersey have announced the results of a five-year crackdown on gas station owners who have not paid their employees properly. 132 more words


Employees Who Work Off the Clock, While on Supposed Breaks, or Who Are Forced to Skip Breaks Awarded $151 million

The Pennsylvania Supreme Court has affirmed a $151 million damage award to employees of Wal-Mart and Sam’s Club stores in Pennsylvania who worked off the clock, when they were supposed to be on break, or who were forced to skip their breaks. 437 more words

Pennsylvania Employment Law

District Court Grants Class Certification And Partial Summary Judgment for Riverbay Employees

On August 1, 2014, Judge John G. Koeltl of the Southern District of New York issued two decisions in the ongoing collective and class action entitled… 324 more words

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10 advantages of working overtime unpaid

Capitalism and freedom lovers, you will love this. Communist and socialist pigs avoid!

1. Save money by not going out for dinner

If you are working, then you are not going out with friends. 493 more words

Judge conditionally certifies class in action against Boyd Gaming Corp.

U.S. District Judge James Mahan granted certification of a nationwide class of non-exempt employees working at Boyd Gaming Corp.’s 22 properties. The six named plaintiffs, current and former bartenders and servers, allege… 116 more words


Unpaid Wages & Overtime Pay: Employees Must be Paid for Pre & Post Shift Work

Employees must pay wages to employees when employees begin any work activity which starts the work day and for all work performed through the end of the work day. 566 more words

Pennsylvania Employment Law

FLSA Overtime and Unpaid Wages: Failure to Pay Employees for Work Performed at Home and Travel Time Conditionally Certified as Class Action

The law requires that employees be paid for all time they perform work for an employer. When employees are required to sign on to a work computer before traveling to work to undertake administrative tasks and then travel from home to their first work location, employees may have claims for unpaid wages and overtime pay both for the administrative and travel time. 749 more words

Pennsylvania Employment Law