Not paid for work tasks and pre-shift meetings?
This is a collective and class action on behalf of employees who worked for Station Casinos and were required to attend pre-shift meetings or conduct other work activities prior to the beginning of their regularly scheduled shift or after the end of their shift without pay. Station casino.
The Plaintiff in this case was a table games dealer who was required to spend 10 minutes or more in a pre-shift meeting prior to clocking in for his regularly scheduled shift. Because employees were required to complete these work activities off the clock, Plaintiff alleges he was not paid wages for all hours worked and was not paid overtime premium compensation of 1 ½ times the regular rate of pay for hours worked over 8 in a workday and/or 40 hours in a workweek.
The complaint was filed against Station Casinos, LLC and Red Rock Resorts, Inc. in Clark County Nevada on November 15, 2016 but was removed to federal court in December.
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Station Casinos owns and operates several casinos in the Las Vegas area including: Red Rock Casino, Resort &, Spa, Green Valley Ranch Resort, Spa &, Casino, Palace Station, Sunset Station, Boulder Station, Santa Fe Station, Texas Station, Fiesta Rancho, Fiesta Henderson, Barley’,s Casino &, Brewing, The Greens Gaming &, Dining, Wildfire Boulder, Wildfire Rancho, Wildfire Casino &, Lanes, Wildfire Sunset, Wildfire Anthem, Wildfire Valley View, Wildfire Lake Mead, and Wild Wild West.
You may be eligible to join the lawsuit if you worked at any of the Station Casino properties anytime within the last six years as a dealer or other non-exempt hourly employee who was required to attend a pre-shift meeting or conduct other work tasks prior to clocking in or after clocking out of your regularly scheduled shift.
If you were required to complete work tasks off the clock for which you were not paid, please contact Thierman Buck, LLP immediately to discuss your rights.