FedEx Labor Laws

FedEx Labor Law Violation Attorneys

Were You Underpaid by FedEx Ground or FedEx Ground Contractors?

Basch & Keegan LLP is putting together lawsuits against FedEx Ground and FedEx Ground Contractors in New York. We are currently working with dozens of former and current FedEx Ground delivery drivers who were not paid an overtime rate of pay and other mandatory employment benefits. If you think that you were denied a fair wage and other benefits while delivering for FedEx, then call (845) 251-4545 now. Our New York FedEx labor law violation lawyers are standing by.

Alleged FedEx Labor Law Violations

FedEx Ground contracted with third-party companies to deliver packages under the FedEx Ground brand. The contracted third-party companies then hired delivery drivers to FedEx Ground packages. Those companies that were hired by FedEx Ground were paid a “day rate,” which may have violated state and federal labor laws.  Moreover, the evidence suggests that the delivery drivers should have been considered FedEx Ground employees, not subcontractors.

Many of the contracted delivery drivers were told that they were ineligible for overtime pay despite working more than 40 hours in a workweek. Also, some drivers allege that they were paid with cash or personal checks, which were not reported or reflected in their weekly paystubs.

FedEx entities that have been accused of violating New York labor laws include:

  • FedEx Corporation
  • FedEx Ground
  • FedEx Ground Package Systems, Inc.
  • FedEx Third-Party Contractors

Eligible FedEx Labor Law Violation Claims

You might be able to file an eligible FedEx labor law violation claim if you:

  • Delivered FedEx Ground packages in the last six years;
  • Received a per diem pay or day rate of pay, not hourly or salary;
  • Worked more than 40 hours per week;
  • Received a combination of cash payments and checks; and/or,
  • Received cash payments that were not shown in your weekly paystubs.

For more information about your eligibility, please call (845) 251-4545 to speak with a FedEx Specialist today. We are investigating this situation and paying attention to important updates as they occur. It might be possible for you to file an individual claim as a contracted FedEx worker who was underpaid or join a class action lawsuit in a plaintiff class comprised of your fellow FedEx contracted delivery drivers.

Want to Know More? Call Now

Basch & Keegan and our FedEx labor law violation lawyers are available to help FedEx workers and contractors throughout New York’s Hudson Valley. If you have any questions about potential labor law violations that might have unfairly taken wages from you, then we would be happy to answer them for you. Just call (845) 251-4545 to request a free initial consultation with our firm.

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