Off-the-clock work is a common allegation in wage and hour lawsuits. In these cases, individuals typically alleged that they performed work they were not paid for performing.
The wage and hour violation allegations in these cases typically involve before, during, or after shift work that was performed, but was not compensated. The alleged work activities include activities such as logging onto computer systems, donning and doffing uniforms, and preparing for work.
Our statistical and economic research provides a number of insights in these types of cases.