Field Technicians Represented by Nichols Kaster, PLLP File Overtime Lawsuit Against Electric Power Systems International, Inc.

Representatives of Electric Power Frameworks Global, Inc. (“Electric Power Frameworks”) recorded a claim on November 17, 2016, in the Unified States Locale Court for the Northern Area of Illinois affirming infringement of government and state extra minutes laws. The named offended parties, previous field experts, bring their cases exclusively and in the interest of comparatively arranged representatives who worked for Electric Power Frameworks.

The Protest asserts that Electric Power Frameworks neglected to pay its field experts, who it arranges as non-excluded representatives, the lawfully required extra time premium of one and one-half (1.5) times their normal hourly rate for all additional time hours worked more than forty (40) every week. Rather, the Protest claims that Electric Power Frameworks shorted the field experts by paying them for extra time hours at a “straight time” rate. The case is documented as a Reasonable Work Gauges Act aggregate activity, and as a class activity under Illinois state law. The named offended parties look for unpaid extra minutes wages and twofold harms.

Electric Power Frameworks is an autonomous electrical testing and building association. As indicated by its site, the organization “represents considerable authority in building, outline, dispatching, start up, and upkeep testing for utility, mechanical, travel, server farms, and business offices.” Electric Power Frameworks keeps up roughly 30 workplaces all through the Unified States, including Illinois.

Offended parties’ lawyer Michele R. Fisher of Nichols Kaster, PLLP clarified, “Laborers, for example, these, who are dealt with as hourly representatives, ought to be paid 1.5 circumstances their normal rate of pay when they work extra time hours. It is our position that paying them at just a straight time rate abuses the law and denies them of the extra time premium they earned.”

Offended parties are spoken to by Michele R. Fisher and Jason D. Friedman from Nichols Kaster, PLLP, which has workplaces in Minneapolis, Minnesota and San Francisco, California. The case is entitled, Flanders et al. v. Electric Power Frameworks Worldwide, Inc. No. 1:16-cv-10708 (Northern Area of Illinois).

Extra data about how to make a claim for additional time pay for the situation might be found at or by calling Nichols Kaster, PLLP toll free at (877) 448-0492.

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