Unpaid overtime claims from HMO marketing and sales representatives are under investigation by the attorneys working with ClassAction.org. Amerigroup recently agreed to a $4.45 million settlement stemming from a case brought by New York-based marketing representatives who alleged that they were denied overtime pay in violation of state and federal overtime laws. In light of this settlement, the attorneys working with ClassAction.org would like to hear from marketing representatives at any HMO to determine if they also have legal recourse to recover unpaid overtime wages. If you were denied overtime pay as an HMO sales or marketing representative, visit http://www.classaction.org/hmo-marketing-representatives-unpaid-overtime.html
today for a free case review.
The marketing representatives in the Amerigroup overtime lawsuit claimed that they were misclassified as outside salespeople who were not entitled to receive overtime wages. Employee misclassification is one of the most common violations of overtime law and occurs when a company places an employee who should receive overtime pay into a group of workers, known as exempt employees, who are not entitled to overtime pay. When an employee is misclassified as exempt, they may be able to file an unpaid overtime claim
to recover the time-and-a-half wages which should have been paid to them for each hour worked over 40 in a single workweek.
If you have been denied overtime pay as a HMO marketing or sales representative, you may be able to file a claim for back wages if your employer violated wage and hour law. Potentially, an unpaid overtime lawsuit
could provide an HMO marketing representative the chance to recover up to twice the amount of wages originally owed to them, dating back two to three years. For more information on unpaid overtime and HMO marketing representatives, visit ClassAction.org today.
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