Point Pickup Delivery Driver Misclassification

Point Pickup Delivery Driver Misclassification

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Point Pickup Delivery Driver Misclassification

Point Pickup delivery drivers are some of the thousands of gig economy workers who have suffered from stolen wages, lost hours, and denied benefits thanks to employee misclassification. Companies like Point Pickup lure delivery drivers in with the idea that they will be able to have flexible work hours, high pay, and clientele or company loyalty. Yet once all is said and done, the delivery drivers are met with skimmed wages, lost hours and are often left to fend for themselves when reaching out to the company for answers. Drivers who are working or have previously worked for Point Pickup and believe they have been misclassified may be eligible for compensation. 

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  • Who is Point Pickup?

    Point Pickup Technologies Inc., or Point Pickup, founded in 2015, is a leading end-to-end enterprise solution and gig economy company that is geared toward retailers offering them an array of pick, pack, and same-day/last mile delivery services. Point Pickup claims to offer drivers flexible work hours for drivers looking to make extra cash on their own time. In April, a class action lawsuit filed in California alleged that the company violated the California Labor Code in regards to misclassifying its delivery drivers as independent contractors and failing to provide them with appropriate wage-and-hour benefits and protections.

  • Why Do Companies Misclassify Their Employees?

    Companies will misclassify their employees for a number of reasons that all fall back on the main reason, to save money. When a company misclassifies a worker as an independent contractor, it frees them from their legal responsibilities to their workers. The legal obligations in a traditional employee-employer relationship include but are not limited to providing a minimum wage, payroll taxes, overtime, or complying with other wage and hour law requirements such as providing meal periods and rest breaks. 

    Employers may also see the reasons to misclassify workers as a way to circumvent laws enforced by the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC). The EEOC protects the workplace civil rights of employees, including prohibiting employment discrimination based on factors such as age, race, gender, or disability.

  • What Compensation Could I Recover?

    Employees misclassified as independent contractors are cheated out of a multitude of benefits that a typical employee may receive from their employer. Below we have provided a list of some of the most common damages delivery drivers may be eligible to recover if they have been misclassified by their employer. 

    • Lost wages
    • Health Benefits
    • Workers Compensation
    • Unemployment
    • Retirement Benefits
    • Vacation Time
    • Investment benefits
    • And more. 

    For a more accurate representation of what you may be eligible to recover for your misclassification case, we highly recommend you speak to one of our highly specialized attorneys today.

  • How Can a Morgan & Morgan Attorney Help?

    Many delivery drivers in the united states may not even be aware they have been misclassified. When you work with a Morgan & Morgan attorney, they will help you understand whether or not you fit the criteria of a misclassified worker and inform you of the laws in place to help protect you. Once they have verified that you are eligible for a lawsuit, your attorney and legal team will work with you around the clock to gather any evidence, documents, or important information needed in order to ensure you have the strongest case moving forward.  At Morgan & Morgan, our attorneys have over 30 years of experience in helping workers who have been misclassified, which makes us uniquely qualified to handle your case. 

    To learn more information on how one of our attorneys may be able to help your case, you can connect with our attorneys by completing our free, no-obligation case evaluation form today.

  • Am I Eligible for a Misclassification Lawsuit?

    In order to understand whether or not you may be eligible for a misclassification lawsuit, you need to know whether or not your employer has misclassified you. Simply, if the company you work for provides the majority of direction or control over how you perform your job, and provides all of the resources to do your job, then you could qualify to be an employee. If you have all of the previous qualifications and your employer has labeled you as an independent contractor, then you may be misclassified. Of course, the best way to know if you are eligible to file a misclassification lawsuit would be to reach out to an attorney who can help you better understand what your legal options are. 

    If you or anyone you know is a delivery driver for Point Pickup and has been subjected to significant direction and control and classified as an independent contractor, consultant, or vendor, you may be entitled to the payment of benefits that are provided to regular employees. Learn more by contacting a Morgan & Morgan attorney today.

  • Should I Contact a Morgan & Morgan Attorney?

    Speaking to an attorney can significantly increase your odds of recovering compensation for any lost wages, health benefits, overtime pay, and more. At Morgan & Morgan, we have over 30 years of experience under our belt in helping victims just like you fight back against companies who think they can get away with employee misclassification. When you decide to hire one of our attorneys, they will work with you 24/7 to ensure you have the strongest case possible. If you or someone you know has delivered for Point Pickup and believe they have misclassified you as an independent contractor, we may be able to help. 

    Since 1988, we’ve been helping workers get the justice they deserve when companies misclassify them, and we want to help you too. For more information on how we may be able to help your case, do not hesitate to reach us by completing our free, no-obligation case evaluation form today.

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