Tag Archives: FLSA

FLSA Collective Action Trimmed Because Court Lacked Specific Jurisdiction

Plaintiffs who assisted physicians, nurses, and others with transitioning to new computerized patient-management systems in hospitals and other health care facilities nationally were denied FLSA conditional certification to the extent the plaintiffs sought to include workers who were not assigned to a Minnesota project at issue or not Minnesota residents due to specific jurisdiction considerations. … Continue Reading

February Forecast for Healthcare Employers: Expect Flurry of FLSA Wage and Hour Suits

Healthcare employers can expect the rise of class action lawsuits to continue, as 2019 has seen a steady influx of class actions against healthcare employers under the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) and various state wage-and-hour counterparts. A hospital system is defending a class action suit filed by nurses in Oregon alleging that they were … Continue Reading

Labor Department Independent Contractors Guidance Targets Home Care, Nursing, Caregiver Registries

In its first substantive guidance on independent contractors, the Trump Administration has targeted misclassification in the healthcare industry. Our colleagues in the Staffing & Independent Workforce team offer details on the July 13, 2018 guidance to Wage and Hour Division field staff on determining whether home care, nurse, or caregiver registries are employers under the … Continue Reading
LexBlog