This company? None. Other companies in the area? Enough.<quoted text>
Yea, and ad prices are super secret that no one knows who is paying what....in fantasy world. And no one knows who is being paid what...in fairy land. Speaking of not providing a convincing argument...is that when you go for a settlement? What are the chances that the latest employees who were allegedly laid off will also skip around the corner and see if they were treated in the legal realms of the fair labor act? This just in: When you are currently EMPLOYED by a company, you are not likely to bring legal moves against them. Once you no longer get your bread buttered there, things change. So, tell me, how many times have you been paid by this company?
Actually, just as an FYI, when a complaint is made by a current or former employee, the DOL's Wage and Hour Division investigates all employees, current and former, going back either 2 or 3 years (depending on whether they consider it to be a willful violation) in similar to see if they were paid appropriately.