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Maxim Healthcare Overtime Class Action Lawsuit
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Maxim Healthcare Services faces an overtime class action lawsuit, filed by a former home health aide. The Maxim overtime lawsuit alleges Maxim Healthcare violated the Ohio Minimum Fair Wage Standards Act (OMFWSA) by failing to adequately compensate employees for overtime hours worked. According to the Maxim lawsuit, the plaintiff and members of the class are employees under the OMFWSA and should be compensated for overtime hours.
Maxim Overtime Lawsuit
The Maxim overtime lawsuit was filed by Jasmine Lawrence, who was a home health aide employed by Maxim Healthcare until October 2012. Lawrence's healthcare worker lawsuit alleges Maxim violated the OMFWSA by not paying employees for overtime hours worked. Furthermore, she has filed a national collective action alleging Maxim also violated the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) by not paying properly for overtime.
According to the Maxim lawsuit, Lawrence worked more than 70 hours a week regularly and spent the majority of her time at work performing general housekeeping duties rather than providing patient care. Lawrence alleges she and members of the class are employees and should be paid one-and-one-half times their regular rate of pay for overtime hours worked.
Maxim Healthcare Services, Inc, is a Maryland corporation, which, through hundreds of office locations nationwide, provides in-home personal care, management and/or treatment of a variety of conditions by nurses, therapists, medical social workers, and home health aides.
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Last updated on Nov-8-12
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