Dispatch and Logistics Workers
Dispatchers, Driver Managers, Operations Managers, & Logistics Coordinators
The problem. By paying dispatch workers, driver managers, operations managers, logistics coordinators, and other similar roles on a salary basis, trucking and logistics companies may be unlawfully avoiding their overtime obligations.
The solution. At Outten & Golden, we’re committed to ensuring that companies pay their workers fairly under the law.
The investigation. Our firm is investigating whether certain trucking and logistics companies pay their dispatchers, driver managers, operations managers, logistics managers, and other similar employees less than what they are owed under federal and state law. If you work more than forty hours a week in one of these roles, and are paid a salary (as opposed to hourly), you may be entitled to wages under federal and state law for uncompensated overtime.