On April 29, 2016, a previous specialist recorded a proposed aggregate activity claim in Texas government court looking for extra minutes compensation from Viva Life, LLC d/b/a Sona MedSpa, LLC (“Sona MedSpa”). She brought the case in the interest of herself and every single other individual in comparative occupation positions across the nation who were paid a compensation in addition to commissions with no extra minutes premium. The claim charges that Sona MedSpa misclassified its specialists as excluded from the Reasonable Work Guidelines Act’s prerequisites, and subsequently, neglected to pay them extra minutes compensation when they worked more than forty (40) hours in a week’s worth of work. The claim looks for additional time premiums, in addition to twofold harms.
Sona MedSpa is a therapeutic style center that offers administrations, for example, solution based facial revival methods, skin reemerging, and body forming. As indicated by its site, Sona MedSpa is a “pioneer in the therapeutic spa field and is a national pioneer in medications performed.” It works 20 facilities in six states all through the nation.
Offended party’s lawyer Brittany Bachman expressed, “Sona MedSpa requested these representatives work extend periods of time. By misclassifying them as excluded workers, Sona MedSpa abstained from paying extra time premiums and giving their representatives different assurances they ought to have gotten. Through this claim, we try to get them paid the extra time premiums gave by law.”
The Offended parties for the situation are spoken to by Paul J. Lukas and Brittany Bachman from Nichols Kaster, PLLP, which has workplaces in Minneapolis, Minnesota and San Francisco, California.
This case is entitled, Stacks v. Viva Life, LLC d/b/a Sona MedSpa Worldwide, Inc., Court Record No. 4:16-cv-01179 (Southern Locale of Texas).
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