Environmental Services Managers Sue Sodexo Inc. For Alleged Unpaid Overtime With The Aid of The Los Angeles Overtime Attorneys At Blumenthal, Nordrehaug & Bhowmik

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The Environmental Services Manages claim their employer failed to correctly classify their job position under the California Labor Code

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The lawsuit claims that the Plaintiff, who worked as an Environmental Services Manager, spent most of his workday engaged in manual labor

On September 22, 2014, the Los Angeles employment law attorneys at Blumenthal Nordrehaug & Bhowmik lodged a class action lawsuit against Sodexo, Inc. alleging the company failed to pay their Environmental Services Managers overtime pay for their hours worked in excess of eight in a workday or forty in a workweek. The proposed class action lawsuit against Sodexo, Inc., Case No. BC558270 is currently pending in the Los Angeles Superior Court for the State of California. The Complaint can be read here.

The lawsuit claims that the Plaintiff, who worked as an Environmental Services Manager, spent most of his workday engaged in manual labor. According to the Complaint, Plaintiff and other Environmental Services Managers engaged in the manual tasks of collecting trash and cardboard boxes from various locations in hospitals, removing dirty linens, scrubbing and waxing floors, and conducting inventory of used towels and mops at the end of the workday, among other tasks. The lawsuit also claims that the Plaintiff did not manage other employees and was therefore a "manager" in name only because he did not have managerial duties and should therefore have been paid overtime wages and provided with meal and rest periods in accordance with California law.

The Los Angeles labor law attorneys at the firm Blumenthal, Nordrehaug & Bhowmik are dedicated to representing employees of large corporations in various overtime lawsuits. Contact one of their experienced attorneys now for free California employment law advice by calling (866) 771-7099.

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