Aarp, pekin & co sue over claims of wage fraud

AARP, Pekin & Co have filed a class action lawsuit against a former employer claiming it engaged in wage fraud.

The company is alleging that employees were told their jobs were being filled at a rate of about $20 an hour.

The company claims that workers who are entitled to unemployment benefits are not receiving the full amount due them.AARP, the largest union in America, has called on President Donald Trump to step in to stop the claims and to impose a moratorium on new claims for unemployment insurance.

“We’re not trying to say, ‘Go and sue everyone,'” said AARP President and CEO David Pekin in a statement.

“We’re just saying, ‘It’s time to start treating workers fairly.'”

The lawsuit, filed on Monday in U.S. District Court in California, seeks damages for $6.4 billion in lost wages, pain and suffering, lost productivity and other losses.

The claims come after a series of court rulings against the companies, including in a recent case that set a precedent for the future.

The court found that Pekin was not an employee under federal law.

AARP said it will appeal.

A spokesperson for Pekin declined to comment.

The companies’ lawsuit is based on the law of “non-wage labor” – which means that a person’s wages are not considered to be “paid wages.”

This means the company could not be held liable for a worker’s unemployment benefits under California law.

The ruling came in a case filed by a group of former Pekin employees who were laid off after the company went under in 2016.

In a statement, AARP and Pekin called the ruling “unfair” and “disappointing.”

The company said the ruling will “create uncertainty for those who seek to get unemployment insurance.”AARP’s claim includes more than 2 million former employees, many of whom have not yet been reinstated.

The former workers have not been compensated.

In addition to the lawsuits filed in California and New York, the company is seeking damages for the loss of earnings and productivity due to being unable to find full-time employment.