Failure To Pay For Being On The Job (Donning And Doffing)
Improper Maintence Of Employment Records
Product or Service
Insurance Claims Adjusters
Investigation and pending class action lawsuit against Information Providers, Inc. on behalf of Information Providers Premium Auditors for unpaid wages for time spent performing job related tasks before and after their scheduled shift.
The class action lawsuit alleges that Information Providers consistently violates federal and state wage and hour laws by failing to accurately record all time worked and failing to pay earned wages, including overtime. Examples of the unlawful practices claimed include requiring employees to work "off the clock" by not paying for work performed pre-shift, post-shift, and during meal breaks.
The workers are seeking collective action status. If you worked at Information Providers in any location as a Premium Auditor in the last three years you may be eligible to join this lawsuit.
Name (Stock Symbol)
Information Providers, Inc.
Information Providers, Inc. provides Property & Casualty and Premium Audit information services.
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