In a statement, Premier Chairman and CEO Stephen Dimarco said his company has always hired the best chauffeurs and treated them with respect. He said the company will continue to accommodate employee schedules, adding that although the law nationwide remains unsettled, it will fully comply with the settlement. LCT file photo.
NEW HAVEN, Conn. — A Connecticut limousine company has agreed to pay $500,000 in back wages and damages to 183 drivers the U.S. Department of Labor says were denied overtime.
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