Specifically, the complaint claims that AA Automotive allegedly did not have in place a timekeeping system that could accurately record and pay their employees for the actual amount of time these employees worked, including overtime worked.
Los Angeles, California (PRWEB) May 05, 2016
The Los Angeles employment law lawyers at Blumenthal, Nordrhaug & Bhowmik filed a pending class action lawsuit against AA Automotive Personnel Services, Inc ("AA Automotive"). The primary allegations in the complaint allege that AA Automotive failed to compensate their employees the correct amount of for all overtime hours worked. The pending class action lawsuit against AA Automotive, Case No. BC612489, is currently pending in the Los Angeles County Superior Court for the State of California. To read a copy of the complaint, click here.
Specifically, the complaint claims that AA Automotive allegedly did not have in place a timekeeping system that could accurately record and pay their employees for the actual amount of time these employees worked, including overtime.
The pending class action lawsuit against AA Automotive claims that the company's actions amounted to a violation of the California Labor Code. California Labor Code Section 558 mandates employers who violate the regulation of hours and days worked by an employee shall be subject to a civil penalty.
The complaint also alleges that AA Automotive did not have in place policies and procedures to consistently provide their employees with meal breaks. California labor laws provide that any employee scheduled to work more than five (5) hours shall receive, at a minimum, a thirty (30) minute uninterrupted off duty meal break. Allegedly, even though these employees forfeited meal breaks, they received no additional compensation.
For more information about the class action lawsuit against AA Automotive call (866) 771-7099 to speak to an experienced Los Angeles labor attorney today .
Blumenthal, Nordrehaug & Bhowmik is a Los Angeles employment law firm that is dedicated to helping employees in California who have been wrongfully terminated, denied proper overtime pay, denied payment of earned commission wages, and also employees who have been improperly denied their meal and rest breaks.