Attention Staffing Recruiters: You May Deserve Overtime
Are you owed overtime? The
employment law attorneys at Kelley/Uustal are dedicated to helping people like you recover
financial compensation for wage theft. Many staffing recruiters work overtime
to meet their goals.
If you are a staffing recruiter, you understand the importance of hard
work. But hard work deserves fair compensation, and some companies fail
to give staffing consultants the overtime pay that they need. Through
a lawsuit, you can seek compensation for the overtime wages that you deserve.
Ready to talk to an attorney?
Contact Kelley/Uustal today. During your initial consultation, we can help you understand your legal
rights and options through a lawsuit.
Companies may exclude staffing recruiters from overtime pay using misleading
job titles. For example, a company might call its staffing recruiters
"executives," "managers," "consultants,"
or other similar titles, because these job classifications are not always
entitled to payment for overtime.
misleading job titles for staffing recruiters include:
- Business Development Manager
- Staffing Consultant
- Business Development Agent
- Assistant Branch Manager
- Special Staffing Consultant
If you are currently working under a similar title, consistently handle
more than 40 hours of work every week and are not compensated for overtime,
contact Kelley/Uustal to learn about your options through a lawsuit with our firm.
Our Experience with Overtime Cases: Randstad Overtime Lawsuits
Our team currently represents four former employees of Randstad General
Partner (US) LLC. At the company, employees with similar job duties worked
under different titles. Their job descriptions included "talent acquisition
specialist," "recruiter," "business development manager"
and similar labels.
After investigation, the employees learned that they performed the same
duties, even though their job titles were different. The employees contend
that, despite the managerial-sounding titles, Randstad improperly classified
them as exempt from federal overtime laws.
Are you a victim of wage theft? Contact Kelley/Uustal today!
If you are a staffing recruiter entitled to unpaid overtime, you need an
aggressive, experienced, and effective legal team on your side. Our past
experience in employment law – including wage theft lawsuits –
can help us give you the upper hand in court.
For additional information about our firm, or to see what our lawyers can
do for your case,
contact our office today and
schedule your first consultation.