Long Beach Hyatt Sued By Hadsell Stormer Richardson & Renick For Wage And Hour Violations

Hadsell Stormer Richardson & Renick currently represents a group of current and former employees of the Long Beach Hyatt Hotel. The employees allege that they were forced to start work before they clocked in, and coerced by management to work straight through their shifts without taking meal or rest breaks. The Plaintiffs, a group of Housekeepers, housemen, stewards, and other hotel employees, also allege that The Hyatt failed to pay them for all of their hours worked, failed to provide them and the Plaintiff Class meal and rest periods as required by the applicable California IWC Wage Orders, failed to pay them compensation required by the California Labor Code for missed meal and rest periods, and failed to comply with other legal requirements.
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