Feds Fine Las Vegas Limo Service For Alleged Wage Violations

Posted on January 27, 2015
A Las Vegas limousine company has been fined $232,317 for allegedly withholding pay from nearly 500 employees in an illegal manner, the U.S. Department of Labor said Monday.

Jim Jimmerson, a local attorney who co-owns the business, Executive Las Vegas, said that while Executive did make some mistakes with regards to certain employees’ compensation, the company cooperated with the Department of Labor to resolve the issue.

Las Vegas Sun article here

CBS Las Vegas article here

Related Topics: DOL issues. Department of Labor, employee wages, federal regulations, labor laws, Las Vegas operators, legal issues, Nevada operators

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  • Ryan

     | about 4 years ago

    Isn't this the CLS affiliate that was featured on Undercover Boss?

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