Continuing Life Communities

On October 4, 2011, three care givers employed by Continuing Life Communities filed a class action lawsuit against their employer for failure to provide meal and rest periods. The case is brought on behalf of all non-exempt, hourly employees of Continuing Life Communities CHC, L.L.C. Plaintiffs contend that were denied timely and complete meal and rest periods.

Plaintiffs seek an injunction prohibiting Continuing Life Communities from denying statutorily mandated meal periods in a timely manner for all hourly employees. They further seek restitution of unpaid wages on their own behalf as well as on behalf of all other similarly situated employees in California.

If you are or were employed by Continuing Life Communities in an hourly paid position and were not provide at least a 30 minute, uninterrupted meal period before the fifth hour of your work shift, your information may be critical to the prosecution of the case. Please contact us now at 1-866-629-3409.

UPDATE: A tentative settlement of this class action has been reached and the Court granted preliminary approval of the settlement on April 19, 2013. Class members have until May 17, 2013 to submit claim forms. Final approval of the settlement will be sought on August 2, 2013.

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