Robert L. Abell
Claims of working off the clock and through meal and rest breaks are the subject of a class action overtime lawsuit filed on behalf of present and former employees of the CVS drugstore chain. The lawsuit claims that CVS employees were required to work off the clock through a post-shift security check that usually took about 30 minutes and through meal and rest breaks. The lawsuit has been filed in federal district court for the Eastern District of New York.
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Working off the clock and through meal or rest breaks can be a violation of both federal and Kentucky state overtime laws. If you have not been compensated for work you have performed, contact Lexington, Kentucky overtime lawyer Robert Abell at 859-254-7076.
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