Consumer Law

Class-Action Lawsuit Alleges That SiriusXM Fails to Pay Employees for Work Before and After Shifts

SiriusXM Radio Inc. violated federal labor laws by failing to pay certain non-exempt employees for the time they worked before and after their shifts, according to a class action lawsuit filed July 14 in New York federal court.

Plaintiff Kellee Mitchell says she worked remotely for SiriusXM as a customer service representative from November 2020 to August 2021.

Mitchell alleges she and other similarly situated customer service representatives “were instructed to be call ready the moment their scheduled shift started, yet [SiriusXM] prohibited them from clocking in before the start of their shift.”

Read the source article at Top Class Actions

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