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Similarly Situated Customer Service Representatives

Jackson, Shields, Yeiser & Holt Law Firm represents a former customer service representative of a NPC International Pizza Hut restaurant who has filed a collective action lawsuit under the Fair Labor Standards Act on behalf of herself and current and former similarly situated customer service representatives at other NPC Pizza Hut restaurants across the country, seeking a recovery of alleged unpaid wages for off the clock work time, alleged unpaid wages for off the clock training time and/or alleged unpaid wages for off the clock meetings time.

The name of this collective action lawsuit is Leah Redmond v. NPC INTERNATIONAL, INC. It is filed in the Western District Court of Tennessee (Eastern Division) and appears below for your full review.

If you have information that could aid in her lawsuit or, if you would like to join her in her lawsuit with your own claims for any alleged unpaid wages for off the clock work time, off the clock training time and/or off the clock meetings time during the past three years while employed as a customer service representative  at any of the Pizza Hut restaurants owned by NPC International, Inc., you can complete the attached Consent to Join form and send it to Jackson, Shields, Yeiser & Holt, 262 German Oak Drive, Memphis, Tennessee, 38018.

If you have any questions about the lawsuit, such as your right to join the lawsuit, you may call 1-800-872-8001 for a free confidential discussion about the matter. Please ask for Angie Yeiser or Maddellynne Dozier and let them know your call is about the NPC “off the clock” lawsuit.

You should be aware that you would not be entitled to any money resulting from this lawsuit unless you join the lawsuit or, begin the legal process for yourself, independent of this effort.

To be eligible to join this lawsuit: 

  1. You must have been employed by NPC International, Inc. at one or more   of its Pizza Hut restaurants at some period of time during the past three years.
  2. You must have been  unpaid for off the clock work time, off the clock training time and/or for off the clock meetings time during such period.
  3. You must have performed the duties of a customer service representative during such period of time.

Statute of Limitations:

The Fair Labor Standards Act has a maximum statute of limitations of two or, potentially three years. If you choose to join this lawsuit, you may be able to recover damages if you are owed wages for off the clock work time, off the clock training time and/or off the clock meetings time within two years and, within three years if a willful violation is found by the Court, of the date you file your consent to join form. (Plaintiff has alleged willful violations.)

No Retaliation Permitted: 

The law prohibits retaliation against employees for exercising their rights under the Fair Labor Standards Act.

Your Legal Representation If You Join: 

If you choose to participate in this lawsuit by filing the attached Plaintiff’s Consent to Join Form, your interests will be represented by Plaintiffs’ counsel.

Here Is A Sample Of The Consent to Join Form:

IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT


Here Is A Copy Of Consent Form to Download: Consent to Join – Customer Service-Representatives

 


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