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Lifestyle Family Fitness / Class action lawsuit!

1 Saint Petersburg, FL, United States Review updated:
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This company has been working its staff much over the 40 hours and not compensating them. Included, but not limited to are--Regional V.P, DM, AM, Sr CSM, CSM, MIT, MOD, Mbsp Consultants, COM, Trainers... any employee who was considered exempt from overtime or has their hours adjusted by Mgmt to manage budget or sales draw. A possible nationwide certified collective lawsuit for unpaid overtime against LIFESTYLE FAMILY FITNESS pursuant to the Fair Labor Standards Act (“FLSA”) could be brought by current and former employees who worked for LIFESTYLE FAMILY FITNESS.We will also seek liquidated damages and attorneys’ fees and costs. Normally, the FLSA contains a limitations period of at least two years and potentially up to three years for the filing of a claim for unpaid overtime wages, after which the claim is forever barred.
Class counsel may be paid either by the Defendant (lff), or they may, either in addition to or instead of payment from Defendant, receive a percentage of any money judgment or settlement in favor of you, or others similarly situated, as agreed by contract and/or ordered by the Court.

FEDERAL LAW PROHIBITS LIFESTYLE FAMILY FITNESS OR ITS AGENTS FROM TAKING ANY ACTION AGAINST YOU BECAUSE YOU ELECT TO JOIN THIS ACTION.

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  • Di
      9th of Jan, 2008
    0 Votes

    I have been there for several years, and found it's (LFF's) attitude towards its employees is that they are a burn and churn positions. I will absolutly be taking part in this class action. I am urging all other current and past employees to take part. A very large Law Firm has already agreed to take this case, with no cost to us, as plantiffs...

  • Co
      21st of Jan, 2008
    0 Votes

    I am a current LFF employee. How do I take action in this class action lawsuit?

  • Ge
      5th of Mar, 2008
    0 Votes

    Just do your job... A burn and churn at a health center?? You bring in new clientele, you pick up after the members. How is that burn and churn. People need to take responsibility for their laziness. Everytime one of these lawsuits go to court... you don't get rich, the lawyers do and then the company suffers. Maybe the company did do wrong and they deserve to suffer. So don't work there. If they can't hire anyone then then they can't run a gym. The only people that suffer are the members because their dues will go up, the consumers of insurance because that is who will pay this lawsuit (not the company) and then anyone else who has to buy this insurance including me and you. So... Lawyers get all the money (and use you) and we the people pay for it!!!

    Great Idea!

  • No
      18th of Mar, 2008
    0 Votes

    Why and how do RSVP's get promoted... then demoted to runing only one district in this what could be awesome company? I mean... a guy who only cares about female employee's (unless they agree to stay with him for awhile) where do you find this in a FORT500?

    Be carefull who you intrust to run 15 mult-million dollar facilities! Some mistakes aren't always forgettable.

    By the way... Geoff should have never posed for the PCSO (DUI)

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