EEOC and Department of Labor Team Up in Seach for Violators
The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission and the Department of Labor's Wage and Hour Division have entered into a historic agreement to combine forces in the search for employers who violate the law in their respective enforcement areas. The agreement, called a Memorandum of Understanding ("MOU"), recites its purpose as follows:
What's Worse Than a Wage-Hour Class Action?
Maryland staffing firm and its owner find out the hard way
A class (or collective) action for overtime pay is certainly unpleasant for the employer, but a wage-hour investigation by the United States Department of Labor can be far worse for a non-compliant employer. This is because the Department of
US Department of Labor Sues Staffing Firm and its CEO for Overreaching Employment Agreements
The US Department of labor has filed an enforcement action against Advanced Care Staffing, a Brooklyn, NY firm that focuses on healthcare staffing. The lawsuit, filed in the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of New York, also names Advance Care's CEO, Sam Klein, as defendant.
Kelly Services Cases Provide Valuable Lessons in Assignment Suitability, Client Selection, and Receivables Management
A wage-hour class action lawsuit recently filed in California seems to be a good example of a job assignment that staffing firms should simply say "no" to.
US DEPARTMENT OF LABOR OBTAINS JUDGMENT TO RECOVER $9.3M IN BACK WAGES FOR 1,756 WORKERS MISCLASSIFIED BY PHILADELPHIA STAFFING COMPANY
US Healthcare and its owner admit to not paying overtime to healthcare workers and agree to Consent Judgement