Current and former Integrity Staffing workers across the United States are pursuing Amazon warehouse overtime lawsuits. Integrity Staffing Solutions assigned these hourly workers to their positions at Amazon warehouses.
The Amazon overtime lawsuits filed by Integrity Staffing workers allege that there was a violation of the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) as well as violation of other state labor laws. Integrity Staffing workers claim violation took place due to the fact that after finishing a shift, employees would have to wait in a line to go through security check in which they were not compensated for. Workers allege they would wait up to 25 minutes to go through a security clearance.
The Amazon warehouse checkpoint was not offensive in itself, but it was the long wait in line to through the checkpoint that seemed unfair. One Integrity Staff worker, Jesse Busk, who is the leading plaintiff in the class action Amazon Warehouse overtime lawsuit says, “worker's deserve to be paid for the time they spend waiting on the security line because it's not by choice.”
Amazon Warehouses (Fulfillment Centers)
There are several different locations Amazon warehouses are located. Listed below are the locations of the Amazon warehouses where Integrity Staffing employees worked. Possible Integrity Staffing worker who were employed at these Amazon Warehouses may have a possible claim against both companies for unpaid overtime pay or back wages.
- Arizona (Goodyear and Phoenix)
- California (San Bernadino)
- Delaware (New Castle and Middletown)
- Indiana (Indianapolis, Jeffersonville, Whitestown, Plainfield)
- Kansas (Coffeyville)
- Kentucky (Campbellsville, Louisville, Hebron, Lexington)
- Nevada (Fernley and Las Vegas)
- New Hampshire (Nashua)
- Pennsylvania (Hazleton, Breinigsville, Lewisberry, Carlisle)
- South Carolina (Spartaburg, Cayce, and West Columbia)
- Tennessee (Chattanooga, Murfreesboro, and Lebanon)
- Texas (Schertz, Coppell, and Haslet)
- Virginia (Petersburg and Chester)
- Washington (Sumner and Bellvue)
Filing An Amazon Unpaid Overtime Lawsuit
If you or someone you know is a former or current employer of Integrity Staffing Solutions and worked at an Amazon warehouse, you may have a possible overtime lawsuit? After a long work day, did you stand in line for security clearance “off the clock?” If so, you may be eligible to file an Amazon overtime lawsuit against Amazon.com and Integrity Staffing.
Similar overtime pay lawsuits are being filed throughout the United States in a number of occupations and industries. Many employees are being required to punch the clock early, skip a lunch break, or stay after work hours without compensation or overtime pay. To see if you are eligible to participate in an overtime lawsuit, contact our qualified Amazon overtime lawsuit attorneys today at (800) 606-1717 to get started on your case.