BY: Rod Johnston | IN: Class Action & Commercial Litigation, Employment Law
Delivery drivers, assistant managers, and other non-exempt hourly employees are claiming that Sarpino’s Pizzeria failed to give them their share of the pizza pie, according to a recently filed class action.
The plaintiffs contend that the Illinois-based fast-food restaurant chain (also known as Marinov IM Empire, Inc.) routinely violated the federal Fair Labor Standards Act, the Illinois Minimum Wage Law, and the Illinois Wage Payment & Collection Act by withholding compensation.
Specifically, the plaintiffs allege that their employer:
If you worked at Sarpino’s Pizzeria in an hourly non-exempt position at any time during the last three years and feel you were the victim of wage theft, now is the time to step forward!
The attorneys in Sommers Schwartz Employment Litigation Group are currently interviewing workers who believe they were denied wages and overtime about their right to compensation and money damages. Please contact us today to discuss your situation.
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Rod Johnston is a member of the Complex Litigation Group, participating in the firm’s direct and class action litigation on behalf of those harmed as a result of wage and overtime violations and consumer fraud.