Restaurant Revolution Technologies (RRT) Overtime Lawsuit & Unpaid Wages Lawyer

Restaurant Revolution Virtual Server Overtime Unpaid Wages Are you a current or former employee of Restaurant Revolution Technologies, Inc.? If so,  you may be eligible to file a lawsuit for unpaid wages for time spent performing off-the-clock work.

There are many forms of employment lawsuits, but one of the most common and frustrating ones are unpaid wages. This occurs when wages are never received by the employee.

These unpaid wages can be earned from overtime, commission or bonuses.  

Under the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA), employers are required to pay employees time and a half overtime wages for work beyond 40 a week. Only certain employees are exempt from overtime pay and misclassifying an employee as exempt is in violation of federal law. 

Current employees and former employees who are not paid the legally required overtime may be eligible to file an unpaid overtime pay lawsuit demanding payment of back wages. 

RRT operates a restaurant-specific call center service that specializes in answering telephone takeout and corporate catering orders. They utilize work-from-home telephone representatives -- “virtual servers” -- directly employed by Adecco. The work-from-home "virtual servers" are connected to RRT’s computer programs and systems via remote connections from their homes in the following states:

  • Delaware
  • Florida
  • Idaho
  • Iowa
  • Kansas
  • Kentucky
  • Louisiana
  • Missouri
  • North Carolina
  • Ohio
  • South Carolina
  • Tennessee
  • Texas
  • Pennsylvania
  • Virginia
  • West Virginia
  • Wisconsin

RRT Virtual Servers Lawsuit Claims

  • Pre-shift off-the-clock work: RRT requires its Virtual Servers to boot up and login to their computers, various software programs, and/or applications before clocking in for their scheduled shifts. Within that timeframe, a Virtual Server has performed 10-20 minutes of pre-shift work without getting paid.

  •  Post-shift off-the-clock work: At the end of their shifts, Virtual Servers are required to log out of various software programs and applications after clocking out of RRT’s timekeeping system. While doing so, Virtual Servers are performing 2-3 minutes of post-shift work without getting paid.

  • Non-functioning software and applications: Virtual Servers often encounter technical difficulties with RRT’s software programs or applications. They are regularly kicked out of RRT’s VPN (virtual private network), requiring them to shut down and restart their computers, software programs, and applications. These activities are performed off-the-clock and RRT’s virtual servers do not get paid for any time spent resolving technical issues with their software programs, servers or systems.

Each virtual server's unpaid time was significant, often several minutes every day that pushed their total weekly hours beyond 40 hours -- time for which they should have been paid overtime at time-and-a-half.

Filing An Overtime Pay Lawsuit Against RRT (Restaurant Revolution Technologies)

Our top-rated overtime pay attorneys can help if you experienced unpaid wages for time spent performing off-the-clock work as a virtual server for RRT. 

We do not charge any legal fees unless you receive a settlement, and we pay all of the case costs.

When we take on a case, we handle it from start to finish. We work tirelessly to get you the compensation you deserve.

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Our Overtime Pay lawyers will help you file your lawsuit. There are three ways to get started on your case:

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