Security Guards Hit NYU Hospitals With Wage-And-Hour Suit
By Hailey Konnath (January 18, 2019, 8:42 PM EST) -- New York University's teaching hospitals failed to fully compensate security guards for overtime work and skimped on pay for required duties before and after shifts, according to a putative class action filed Friday in New York state court.
Former security guard Ivan Arroyo said in his complaint that NYU Langone's hospitals violated New York labor law with their compensation policies and practices, which affected at least 40 security guards who worked at different locations around New York City.
Besides neglecting to pay the security guards for "all earned overtime" work, Arroyo said the health care system requires security guards to perform...
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