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Are you a Ryder Integrated Logistics driver or a former driver for Ryder Integrated Logistics?
Are you tired of not getting paid for all the hours you work? Are you tired of working hours for free? If so, you may want to look into the 2013-2014 Ryder Logistics Class Action case.
How is this case different from the prior Ryder Integrated Logistics class action case?
You may recall that in 2012 there was a Ryder Integrated Logistics class action case in California. This case is different. Why? First, the last class action case was really a meal and rest period case. This case is different because it mostly focuses on uncompensated time.
The second way this case is different is there has been clarification of California wage and hour law since 2012. Some of you might know that the California Supreme Court issued a landmark case in 2012 - Brinker v. Superior Court. Some of you might also know that I am Plaintiff’s lawyer in Brinker v. Superior Court. The Brinker case affects every driver in California - - including Ryder Integrated Logistics drivers like you.
Since Brinker was decided by the California Supreme Court there have been some other cases that really help clarify California wage and hour law for drivers.
We are in no way criticizing the prior Ryder class action case. It is all because the law is better for drivers now - we think you are entitled to a lot more money now for each day that you work for Ryder. This case is also different because of the law that our case - Brinker v. Superior court helped create. This difference can mean a lot more money per day in violations.
The third way this case is different is that we are California's leading driver wage and hour lawyers. We set the bar. And it is a very high bar.
What is uncompensated time?
Uncompensated time is time you spend on pre-trips, post-trips, waiting time, fueling time, etc. This time can really add up and fast. I call it the joy of math.
Ryder uses a piece-rate pay system. Instead of paying drivers by the hour, Ryder uses what is called a piece-rate system. In essence, our investigation reveals that you aren’t getting paid for all the hours that you work - which is illegal under California law.
Uncompensated Rest Breaks
Under California law, Ryder Integrated Logistics is required to pay you for while you take a rest break. Based upon our investigation, Ryder doesn’t provide paid rest breaks.
We Want to Hear Your Ryder Driver Story
Whether you are a current driver or a former Ryder driver - we want to hear from you. We want to hear your “Ryder Story” - - we want to hear your take.
What If I Drive For Ryder Outside of California?
If you are a driver for Ryder outside of California - we would like to hear from you also. We may be able to help you even if you drive outside of California.
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