A complaint seeking class action status on behalf of fulfillment center workers was filed in California state court against Amazon. It seeks damages for Amazon’s failure to pay overtime, provide meal and rest periods or compensation in lieu therof, maintain proper records, and make timely payments to terminated employees.
A Brooklyn catering hall, Riviera Caterers Inc. is being sued by one of its former employees for egregious violations of minimum wage and overtime laws. The suit seeks class action status to include other employees who claim they were paid less than $8 an hour, despite NYC minimum wage being $13.00.
A New York cargo and shipping company is being sued by one of its ex-employees for failing to pay her the minimum wage and mandatory overtime. She seeks class action status on behalf of her former co-workers. She also sues for being terminated because she was pregnant.
Construction company Hit with Class Action for Failing to Pay Overtime
A New York construction company, BMNY Contracting Corporation, is being sued by one of its employees, Mario J. Hernandez, for overtime violations. The suit seeks class action status and was filed in the Southern District of New York.
The drivers claim that the ride-sharing app double charged a workers comp fund fee, once to customers’ cards, and once to drivers’ pay. According to the lawsuit, Lyft also charged drivers an 11.4% on the fee, which would be an illegal wage deduction in violation New York City law.
A gourmet New York City market is being sued by two former employees who claim they were cheated out of wages earned, overtime pay, and tips. They claim in a class action lawsuit filed in the Southern District of New York that they were not fully compensated for working over 4o hours each week.