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By SWIFTTECH SOLUTIONS
Overtime Lawsuits
PREVENT
How to
overtime lawsuits
1 2 3
Examples Vulnerability Defenses
1
Examples of
Overtime Lawsuits
a lawsuit
Some workers will open
because they may feel their old job
owes them extra pay.
Farmers Insurance Exchange
wasordered to pay
$90 million fornot paying
workersforlong hours.
A lawsuit is in motionagainst HP
for not classifying their
techniciansas exempt
from overtime.
A police officer sued the city
for overtime pay.
He had to check emails and answer
calls from bosseswhile off duty.
These lawsuits are common.
2
How your company is
Vulnerable
There are ways to know if
yourcompany is atrisk.
Automatically deducting time
for meals
Incorrectly labeling
employees as exempt
Using inaccurate time
tracking processes
Protect your company.
3
Options for
Defense
The best defense is solid,
time-tracked data.
Switch to an electronic
time keeping solution
Digitize employee communication tasks
Keep company handbooksup to date
Prevent overtime lawsuits.
CALL SWIFTTECH TODAY FOR YOUR FREE CONSULTATION
SWIFTTECH SOLUTIONS
WWW.SWIFTTECHSOLUTIONS.COM
877-794-3811
Sources:
• “Stop containing…” onpixabay.com, 2013
• “Farmer’sInsurance…”on wikimedia.org,2011
• “Israel’stopcop”on nydaily...
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Many workers today are aware of their rights to get all of their pay, since the Department of Labor provides Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) promotional items to employers. Some workers start overtime lawsuits because they may feel their old job owes them extra pay after they end their employment. According to ADP, out of all state and federal court employment class action lawsuits, 90% are hour and wage claims. Learn more by reading our blog: http://bit.ly/1ly1aLC

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  1. 1. By SWIFTTECH SOLUTIONS Overtime Lawsuits
  2. 2. PREVENT How to overtime lawsuits
  3. 3. 1 2 3 Examples Vulnerability Defenses
  4. 4. 1 Examples of Overtime Lawsuits
  5. 5. a lawsuit Some workers will open because they may feel their old job owes them extra pay.
  6. 6. Farmers Insurance Exchange wasordered to pay $90 million fornot paying workersforlong hours.
  7. 7. A lawsuit is in motionagainst HP for not classifying their techniciansas exempt from overtime.
  8. 8. A police officer sued the city for overtime pay. He had to check emails and answer calls from bosseswhile off duty.
  9. 9. These lawsuits are common.
  10. 10. 2 How your company is Vulnerable
  11. 11. There are ways to know if yourcompany is atrisk.
  12. 12. Automatically deducting time for meals Incorrectly labeling employees as exempt Using inaccurate time tracking processes
  13. 13. Protect your company.
  14. 14. 3 Options for Defense
  15. 15. The best defense is solid, time-tracked data.
  16. 16. Switch to an electronic time keeping solution Digitize employee communication tasks Keep company handbooksup to date
  17. 17. Prevent overtime lawsuits.
  18. 18. CALL SWIFTTECH TODAY FOR YOUR FREE CONSULTATION
  19. 19. SWIFTTECH SOLUTIONS WWW.SWIFTTECHSOLUTIONS.COM 877-794-3811
  20. 20. Sources: • “Stop containing…” onpixabay.com, 2013 • “Farmer’sInsurance…”on wikimedia.org,2011 • “Israel’stopcop”on nydailynews.com,2013 • “Constructionworkers”on wikimedia.org,2006 • “New Yorkcourt…”onwikimedia.org, 2009 • “Brokenwindows…” onwikimedia.org, 2011 • “Thanksgiving 1918”onwikimedia.org, 1918 • “Label maker”on flickr.com,n.d. • “Vandalism clock”onwikimedia.org, 2006 • “Captain America…”on flickr.com,2012 • “Fire photography”on wikimedia.org,2006 • “Window and clock”onwikimedia.org, 2013 • “Digital clock”onwikimedia.org, 2003 • “Y-12 Calutron…”on wikimedia.org, 1943 • “US Navy…”onwikimedia.org, 2002
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