If you were a past AIG call center employee or are still currently an AIG call center employee, you may be able to file a lawsuit for unpaid overtime wages. According a lawsuit recently filed by a call center employee, he was allegedly required to start his work duties before punching the clock and to work after punching out of work. Specifically, his lawsuit alleges that he was forced to boot his computer and load software before his start time and log off and do additional work after his shift had ended. In these circumstances, an employee may be entitled to file a claim for unpaid overtime wages.
To file an AIG call center unpaid overtime lawsuit, it is in your best interest to speak with our unpaid overtime wage attorneys to determine whether you are eligible to file a claim. Options may include joining a collective class action lawsuit or filing your own unpaid overtime wage lawsuit. Under Federal law, AIG cannot retaliate or fire any employee who participates in this case.
Employees who were not paid overtime wages for their overtime work should look into their possibilities of filing a lawsuit. Call our top rated law firm today at (800) 606-1717 if you or someone you know was a past or current employee of AIG and was not paid overtime wages while working in their call center.