Pacesetter Personnel Services Lawsuit

Pacesetter Personnel Services Lawsuit

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Pacesetter Personnel Services Lawsuit

Labor staffing service Pacesetter Personnel Services, Inc., advertises that their most valuable asset is their people—but their labor practices say something entirely different.

Among claims of unfit working conditions, daily ticket workers have also filed complaints that they have not been properly compensated for their minimum wages or overtime hours worked and may have suffered other statutory damages.

At Morgan & Morgan, we have fought For the People for over 35 years in the pursuit of justice against employers who violate labor laws and take advantage of their hard workers. Based on our investigation of Pacesetter, we believe all daily ticket workers may be owed minimum wages and overtime wages, to the extent they worked over 40 hours in one or more workweeks—and may be owed additional statutory damages as well. 

If you have worked for Pacesetter Personnel Services, contact Morgan & Morgan for a free, no-obligation case evaluation to see if you may be entitled to compensation. We’re here to help.

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  • About the Lawsuit

    According to the lawsuit, Pacesetter Personnel Service, Inc., a labor staffing company, violated federal and state unpaid wage laws because it failed to pay its daily ticket workers for all compensable time worked each day or week and made illegal deductions to the pay of daily ticket workers, including for daily transportation to and from Pacesetter’s job sites and for daily rentals, such as boots, shovels, and other equipment or supplies. This results in unpaid minimum wages and unpaid overtime wages.

    Pacesetter also violated the Florida Labor Pool Act, because it failed to provide drinking water to daily ticket laborers at its Commercial Boulevard labor hall, failed to provide restrooms to daily ticket laborers at its Commercial Boulevard labor hall, and charged more than $3.00 for daily transportation to and from the assigned daily job sites from the Pacesetter labor halls, including the Commercial Boulevard labor hall.

    This means that daily ticket workers may not have been properly compensated for their minimum wages or overtime hours worked and may have suffered other statutory damages.  Based on Morgan & Morgan’s investigation, we believe all daily ticket workers may be owed minimum wages and overtime wages, to the extent they worked over 40 hours in one or more workweeks, and may be owed additional statutory damages as well.

    If you worked for Pacesetter and experienced any of the above-mentioned, contact our Morgan & Morgan labor class action attorney Andrew Frisch by email at afrisch@forthepeople.com or by phone at 954-327-5355. We may be able to help fight for the unpaid wages you need and deserve for your hard work.

  • Did Pacesetter Break Labor Laws?

    According to our investigation, Pacesetter has been found in violation of federal and state unpaid wage laws. This stems from its failure to compensate daily ticket workers for all compensable time worked each day or week, along with illegal deductions for daily transportation and equipment rentals, such as boots and shovels. These violations have resulted in unpaid minimum wages and overtime wages for affected workers.

    Pacesetter has also breached the Florida Labor Pool Act by neglecting to provide drinking water and restroom facilities for daily ticket laborers at its Commercial Boulevard labor hall. Additionally, the company charged an excessive amount of over $3.00 for daily transportation to and from assigned job sites.

  • What Should I Do if I Worked at Pacesetter and Am Owed Wages?

    If you have worked for Pacesetter Personnel Services, you may be entitled to compensation for unpaid wages and may also be eligible to hold Pacesetter accountable for other damages you suffered. You can decide if you wish to pursue your claims and seek compensation that may be owed to you.

    If you choose to move forward with your case, time is of the essence due to the statute of limitations for such claims. Federal and state laws have strict time limitations for any employee who wishes to pursue the claims we are investigating, so act quickly.

  • How Do I Know if I Have a Case Against Pacesetter?

    The easiest way to know if you have a case is to speak with a dedicated lawyer. Morgan & Morgan has investigated Pacesetter and is building a lawsuit against them. You can easily contact us today—at no cost to you—to learn if you are eligible to join the lawsuit and seek compensation that you are owed.

  • Do I Need a Lawyer?

    Taking action against an employer can be daunting, and some employers can even retaliate, which is why it’s often a good idea to have a lawyer in your corner as an advocate for your cause. And when you choose the largest personal injury law firm in the country, your employer will know that you mean business.

    Morgan & Morgan has a nationwide team of lawyers dedicated to representing employees in wage and hour actions—with offices in every state. We have fought For the People for over 35 years and have litigated hundreds of cases for unpaid wages each year, involving thousands of employees across the nation, including class and collective actions similar to this case.

    If you worked for Pacesetter, contact our Morgan & Morgan labor class action attorney Andrew Frisch by email at afrisch@forthepeople.com or by phone at 954-327-5355. We may be able to help fight for the unpaid wages you need and deserve for your hard work.

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