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Caregivers from Fidelity Resources Sue for not Receiving Overtime They Were Entitled

Posted on behalf of Peter T. Nicholl in Unpaid Overtime Apr 10, 2019

caregiver using ipadA Complaint was filed against Fidelity Resources, Inc. (“Fidelity”) on May 25, 2017, seeking unpaid overtime wages under the Fair Labor Standards Act (“FLSA”). The Complaint alleges that Fidelity did not compensate their direct care staff (“Caregivers”) for overtime when they worked over 40 hours in a workweek.

Because failing to pay an employee properly for overtime is a violation of the FLSA, our firm seeks to recover liquidated damages, meaning that Fidelity employees could be entitled to double damages for the wages they are potentially owed.

If you worked for Fidelity as a Caregiver, or performed similar job duties at any time between May 25, 2014 and the present and were not paid overtime wages, you may have a claim.

To learn more about this case, please contact us.

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