Janitors in NY Sue for Minimum Wage and Timely Pay Violations

Janitors and other building maintenance personnel have recently filed a class and collective action lawsuit against On Point System & Management Inc. for numerous wage violations.Fitapelli & Schaffer, LLP filed the lawsuit on November 8, 2021on behalf of all similarly situated non-exempt hourly positions such as porters and cleaners who work or have worked for On Point System & Management Inc. (“On Point”) in New YorkState. The company provides janitorial services, laundry services, security watch services to facilities throughout New York. This lawsuit seeks to recover minimum wage compensation and other damages for janitors and similarly situated non-exempt hourly positions such as porters and cleaners under New York Labor Law (“NYLL”) and the Fair Labor Standards Act (“FLSA”).

Specifically, the lawsuit alleged that On Point failed to pay its janitors and other similarly situated hourly workers for their final paychecks. Additionally, On Point compensated janitorsand all other similarly situated workers in New York on a bi-weekly basis. Despite being manual workers, On Point failed to properly pay these affected workers in New York their wages within seven calendar days after the end of the week in which these wages were earned. In this regard, these workers were denied their timely wages as required by NYLL.

If you’ve worked for On Point and have questions about your rights, do not hesitate to call us for more information. Similarly, if you’ve worked in the industry as a janitor, in building maintenance, or in security and believe you’re not getting paid properly, give us a call for a free and confidential consultation at (212)300-0375. Companies often fail to provide some of our nations hardest workers with timely pay. In states like New York, you have protections against this. View more information about your rights on our website here and make sure you aren’t leaving any of your hard earned cash on the table.

You can also view the filed complaint here.