Consumer Law

Employees in the Chicago-Area File Class-Action Lawsuit Against Staffing Company Over Wages and Overtime

Two women on Tuesday filed a class action lawsuit against an Elmhurst-based staffing agency and the company they were assigned to, alleging their wages were lowered without notice and they were not paid overtime.

The women worked for Superior Staffing, a company with offices in Chicago that assigns employees temporary positions in manufacturing jobs, and were assigned to work at Fareva Morton Grove, a cosmetics manufacturing company.

Patricia Martinez of Bridgeport and Ana Diaz Rivas of Prospect Heights said their wages were reduced in November 2020, according to the lawsuit.

Read the source article at Chicago Sun

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