Labor lawyers Zakay Law Group, APLC and JCL Law Firm, APC file class action lawsuit against FERMA alleging non-payment of all wages


The lawsuit alleges that FERMA Greenbox, Inc. and FERMA Corporation violated the California Labor Code by failing to pay employees for all of their time worked.

ALAMEDA, California., June 30, 2021 / PRNewswire-PRWeb / – The Northern California employment attorneys for Zakay Law Group, APLC and JCL Law Firm, APC, have filed a class action lawsuit against FERMA Greenbox, Inc. and FERMA Corporation (collectively, “FERMA”) for allegedly failing to pay accurately employee wages for all their time worked. The FERMA class action lawsuit, Case # RG21101104, is currently pending in Alameda County Superior Court of the State of california. A copy of the complaint can be read here.

According to the lawsuit, FERMA allegedly violated sections of the California Labor Code §§ 201, 202, 203, 204, 206.5, 226, 226.7, 510, 512, 558, 1194, 1197, 1197.1 and 1198 by failing to: (1 ) pay the minimum wage; (2) pay for overtime; (3) plan the required meals and rest periods; (4) reimburse employees for required business expenses; (5) provide detailed and accurate salary statements; and (6) provide wages when they are due. The lawsuit also alleges that FERMA violated the Law on Private Attorneys General (“PAGA”), which gives rise to civil penalties due to the conduct of FERMA. PAGA allows aggrieved employees to take legal action to recover civil penalties on behalf of themselves, other employees and the State of california for breaches of the Labor Code.

Section 226 of the California Labor Code requires an employer to provide its employees with a detailed and accurate wage statement in writing stating (1) gross wages earned, (2) total hours worked, (3) the number of piece units earned and any applicable pieces. rate, (4) all deductions, (5) net wages earned, (6) the included dates of the period for which the employee is paid, (7) the employee’s name and only the last four digits of social security of the employee or an employee identification number other than a social security number, (8) the name and address of the legal person which is the employer and, (9) all applicable hourly rates in force during the pay period and the number of hours worked corresponding to each hourly rate by the employee. FERMA allegedly failed to provide its employees with detailed and accurate wage statements that met all the requirements of Section 226 of the California Labor Code.

If you would like to know more about the FERMA trial, please contact the Lawyer Jackland K. Hom today by calling (619) 255-9047.

Zakay Law Group, APLC and JCL Law Firm, APC are labor and employment law firms with offices located in California who devote their practices to fighting for employees who have been wronged by their employers due to unfair employment practices. Contact one of their attorneys today if you need help resolving pay and scheduling issues, unfair dismissal, retaliation, discrimination, and harassment.

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Jackland K. Hom, Zakay Legal Group, APLC, (619) 255-9047, [email protected]

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