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The lawsuit alleges that the establishment classified the dancers as contractors and required them to pay support staff such as the DJ and members of security. As contractors the dancers were paid no wages, and forced to use tips to meet state minimum wage requirements, which in Florida is $8.05 per hour. However employers can pay a lower hourly minimum wage, as long as that wage plus the tips the employee earns equals at least the full minimum wage for each hour worked. This scenario would be the case if the dancers were classified correctly, which they were not, and if the club had used an employee time clock or at the very least, time cards, which they did not.
Mary O’Rourke, district director for the Wage and Hour Division stated that “The work of the Wage and Hour Division helps ensure that the fruits and vegetables sold to the American people are produced under fair and equitable employment conditions.”
Investigators found Ruiz, did not pay workers the federal minimum wage, or overtime, and will now be subjected to paying 33 workers $14,628, which comes out to $7,314 in back wages and as well as $7,314 in liquidated damages.
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The lawsuit seeks to recover minimum wages and overtime compensation which date back to 2012 and include liquidated damages could reach several hundred thousand of dollars far exceeding the time clock price that would have assured Apollo management compliance with the law, thus avoiding the expense and unbearable effort involved in mitigation.
Many minimum wage and overtime violations are often honest mistakes caused by improper record keeping that would be avoided by using a simple and inexpensive time clock system, time cards, or online payroll service that includes time clock software . Repeat violators face fines up to $10,000 and may face imprisonment for additional violations. The US Department of Labor requires companies to maintain accurate time and payroll records and to comply with the hours worked
Facial recognition Time and Attendance systems are ideal time clock systems for small business and typically compared to other biometrics time clock devices like fingerprint, hand reader biometrics and iris recognition systems. This technology can differentiate between a live face and an imposter, a two-dimensional picture making facial recognition an ideal selection for high security applications world wide. The Australian and New Zealand Customs Services have an automated border processing system that uses facial recognition. Tocumen International Airport in Panama operates Facial recognition property-wide, and one of the largest face recognition systems in the world is utilized by the U.S. Department of State.
Investigators from the department's Wage and Hour Division Tampa District Office found that Hibachi Buffet violated the overtime, minimum wage and record keeping provisions of the Fair Labor Standards Act. Specifically, the employer required servers to work for tips, room and board only and did not pay kitchen employees overtime pay for hours worked beyond 40 in a work week. Additionally, the employer failed to maintain records for all hours worked. Wage and Hour investigators have recently become more aggressive with record keeping fines, due in part to the numerous, easy to use, affordable time and attendance applications on the market today.
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