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Court Conditionally Certifies Nationwide Class of Ruby Tuesday Employees

On June 11, 2013, a Southern District of New York judge conditionally certified a class of Ruby Tuesday employees.  Plaintiffs filed the complaint as a collective action under the Fair Labor Standards Act as well as under New York and … Continue reading

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Is your employer violating any labor laws?

Sprint Nextel Corp settled a class action related to unpaid overtime involving 13,000 cellphone store employees who claimed the company violated labor laws because they were not paid for all hours worked.  The case alleged that Sprint store employees were … Continue reading

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Are Employers Responsible For Keeping Records of Their Employees’ Work Hours?

Under federal law, employers of nonexempt workers (including hourly workers) must keep records of certain information, including the number of hours worked by their employees. There is no specific requirement for the form in which the records should be kept, but … Continue reading

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