Case Update: March 20, 2012
- Employer would deduct 30 minutes for lunch, but workers had to drive to other homes during that hour;
- Employees were not paid when they worked through lunch breaks;
- Employer underreported employee’s hours, leading to possible overtime and minimum wage violations;
- Employer did not compensate employees with overtime pay if they worked more than 40 hours in a work week.
Who is affected?
All current and former employees of Merry Maids nationwide could be affected by these alleged wage and hour violations. Merry Maids operates in states nationwide including in California, Florida, New York, and Texas.
You may be eligible to join this case if you:
- Are a current or former employee of Merry Maids in the past three years;
- Worked over 40 hours in a workweek but were not paid 1.5 times your regular rate in overtime pay.
How do I join?
If you want to join you may fill out the consent form and return it to our office. You can email the form to firstname.lastname@example.org, or fax it to 713-523-1116. You may also contact our office if you have questions: 713-523-0001, or toll-free: 1-855-947-0707.
Will I owe any money to the lawyers?
There is no cost to join this case. Our firm works on a contingency fee basis, which means we do not charge anything unless we obtain a successful recovery.
How can I get more information about this case?
If you want to speak to one of the attorneys handling this case, or if you would like more information, contact our office toll free at 1-855-947-0707, or send us a confidential contact form.