DALLAS--(BUSINESS WIRE)--The national plaintiffs’ law firm of Baron and Budd is investigating possible overtime violations at Alorica call center locations across the country. The law firm has discovered alleged violations at Alorica call centers with regards to how the company calculates wage deductions for employee breaks. These alleged violation issues could impact thousands of workers who may be owed hundreds of thousands of dollars in unpaid overtime back pay.
Under the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA), companies may only deduct from an employee’s pay when that employee takes a break greater than 20 minutes. However, Alorica allegedly forced its employees to log out of their system, meaning that the employee was not being paid during the log out period, for every single break the employee took, including short restroom breaks that spanned just a few minutes. By the end of an employee’s pay period, these seemingly small time deductions would add up, translating to significant decreases in pay.
“What Alorica is doing is against the law,” said Allen Vaught, head of Baron and Budd’s overtime pay violations practice area. “The worst part is that many people probably don’t realize that they are being cheated out of lawful pay.”
To learn more about these alleged Alorica wage violations or to see if you may be affected, contact attorney Allen Vaught at 1.866.495.1255 or email email@example.com. Your call is confidential and federal laws prohibit an employer from retaliating against an employee for seeking lawful wages.
Baron and Budd has been protecting the rights of consumers for almost 35 years. Baron and Budd attorney Allen Vaught has taken on a number of significant overtime pay cases in recent years including a national case against SuperMedia for off-the-clock-related overtime violations.
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