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FLEET MANAGER MISCLASSIFICATION OVERTIME LAWSUIT FILED AGAINST HOGAN SERVICES, TRANSPORTS, DEDICATED SERVICES

By Matthew Coffman |

FLSA Overtime Attorneys at Coffman Legal, LLC filed a Collective and Class Action Lawsuit against Hogan Services, Inc, Hogan Transports, Inc, and Hogan Dedicated Services, LLC (“Hogan”) for the alleged misclassification of Fleet Managers as exempt employees (and not entitled to overtime pay) rather than non-exempt (and eligible for overtime pay) to avoid paying… Read More »

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UNPAID OVERTIME LAWSUIT FILED BY CALL CENTER EMPLOYEES AGAINST TELEPERFORMANCE USA (TPUSA) IS CONDITIONALLY CERTIFIED AS COLLECTIVE ACTION

By Matthew Coffman |

Coffman Legal’s Overtime Attorneys filed a Collective and Class Action Lawsuit against Teleperformance USA (TPUSA) on behalf of call center employees in Ohio who were allegedly not compensated for all overtime work performed. On May 20, 2029, Coffman Legal, LLC filed a Collective and Class Action Complaint against Teleperformance USA (TPUSA) on behalf of… Read More »

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Overtime Issues

Overtime Case Against The Paradies Shops, LLC (Paradies Lagardere) for Unlawful Meal Deductions

By Matthew Coffman |

Coffman Legal’s FLSA Overtime Attorneys filed a Collective and Class Action Lawsuit against The Paradies Shops, LLC aka Paradies Lagardere (hereafter “Paradies”) for allegedly instituting an automatic meal deduction policy with no genuine mechanism to reverse the meal deduction. Paradies applied the automatic meal deduction to reduce employees’ compensable time worked and to avoid… Read More »

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Am I entitled to overtime pay for work performed before or after my scheduled shift?

By Matthew Coffman |

One common issue that we often see resulting in claims for unpaid overtime occurs when employees are not being compensated for time working before the scheduled start, or after the scheduled end, of their shifts. Many employers pay employees based on their scheduled shifts rather than based on the time they are on the… Read More »

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Overtime Issues

What is overtime and how is it paid?

By Matthew Coffman |

In this blog, we will provide a very basic background of what overtime pay is and how overtime pay is earned. What is overtime pay? Overtime pay is the increased pay required for non-exempt employees when they work over 40 hours in a workweek. The Fair Labor Standards Act is the federal law that… Read More »

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