Kaiser Foundation Hospital Overtime Pay Class Action Lawsuit Complaint Filed On Behalf of Kaiser Site Support Specialists
JUNE 11, 2012
A class action lawsuit has been filed against Kaiser Foundation Hospitals, Inc., a subsidiary of Kaiser Permanente (“Kaiser Hospital” or “Defendant”) in the Superior Court for the State of California , County of Sacramento (captioned Jozette Lemmons v. Kaiser Foundation Hospitals, Inc., Class Action Case No. 34-2012-00125488) alleging, among other things, a failure to pay overtime wages in purported violation of Cal. Labor Code section 510, 1194 and 1198, failure to provide accurate itemized wage statements in purported violation of California Labor code section 226 and alleged unfair competition in purported violation of California Business and Professions code section 17200, according to the Kaiser Foundation Hospital Site Support Specialist Overtime Pay class action lawsuit complaint.
The Kaiser Foundation Hospital Site Support Specialist Overtime Pay class action lawsuit complaint is reportedly brought as a class action on behalf of the following proposed class (“Class”):
All individuals who are or previously were employed by Defendant Kaiser Foundation Hospitals, Inc., as Site Support Specialists in California classified as Non-Exempt and who worked on-call hours (“CALIFORNIA CLASS”) at any time during the period beginning on October 6, 2008 and ending on the date as determined by the Court (“CALIFORNIA CLASS PERIOD”).
The Kaiser Foundation Hospital Site Support Specialist Overtime Pay class action lawsuit complaint reportedly seeks, among other things, compensatory damages, injunctive relief, restitution, and pre-judgment and post-judgment interest.