Sales representatives for the Nissan dealership of Star Auto Group asked a New York federal judge on Tuesday to grant conditional certification in a Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) case alleging they were paid less than the minimum wage and shorted commission.
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Rosa Mexicano Hit With Nationwide FLSA Class Action
Four former Rosa Mexicano service employees filed a putative nationwide class action against the upscale Mexican restaurant chain in New York federal court Friday, claiming it routinely violated state and federal labor laws by, among other things, failing to pay overtime and minimum wages.
Auto Sales Reps Want Final OK of $5.5 Million Settlement
Nearly 90 current and former sales representatives of car dealers asked a New York federal court Thursday for final approval of a $5.5 million class action settlement over New York labor law claims, saying the deal is fair, reasonable and adequate.
Servers, Other Tipped Staff Allege P.F. Chang’s Shorted Them Pay
Servers and other tipped restaurant workers have sued P.F. Chang’s in federal court, claiming the casual Asian restaurant chain didn’t pay them what was required by wage laws.
Delmonico’s Restaurant Accused of Skirting Minimum Wage Laws
Workers at Delmonico’s Italian Steakhouse claim management circumvented minimum wage laws by forcing tipped workers to complete a significant amount of cleaning and food prep without compensating them properly.