McNeal v. RCM Technologies (USA), Inc.
Case No. 5:16-cv-1530
United States District Court, Central District of California
Attorneys: Peter Rukin, Jessica Riggin
On July 13, 2016, we filed a class and collective action case against RCM Technologies (USA), Inc. on behalf of a proposed class of current and former Consultants who have worked for RCM in California, New York, and nationwide performing work for RCM at its client locations. The complaint alleges that RCM improperly pays its hourly, exempt-classified Consultants at a straight time rate for overtime hours worked and fails to pay for compensable travel time, despite the fact that they do not qualify under any applicable exemption to federal and state overtime laws. As a result, Plaintiffs allege that RCM is liable under federal and state law for unpaid overtime wages, unpaid travel time, as well as penalties under New York and California state law as applicable, including meal and rest break penalties, unfair and unlawful competition, failure to pay all wages due, failure to pay all required business expenses, and other related penalties.
If you have worked as an hourly exempt Consultant for RCM within the past three years, you may be eligible to join the case as an Opt-in Plaintiff, and the statute of limitations on your claims will continue to run until you submit your Opt-in Form. If you have any questions or would like to join the case as an Opt-in Plaintiff, please contact us.