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Former Marlins employee sues for not being paid overtime


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The employee in question worked for the Marlins in marketing from 2006 until this past February and is now planning to sue the organization over claims of not being paid "the proper overtime rate."

 

Also gotta love how this guy was a Loria employee for 11 years and a Sherman/Jeter employee for four months yet Jeter's face is the one plastered on the cover of the article. Would be nice if the right guy to blame was the one actually blamed...

 

http://www.miamiherald.com/entertainment/ent-columns-blogs/jose-lambiet/article209707014.html

 

 

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Also gotta love how this guy was a Loria employee for 11 years and a Sherman/Jeter employee for four months yet Jeter's face is the one plastered on the cover of the article. Would be nice if the right guy to blame was the one actually blamed...

 

Exactly! So Jeter gets the blame for this crap? Settle for something reasonable and call it a day.

 

 

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Exactly! So Jeter gets the blame for this crap? Settle for something reasonable and call it a day.

 

That's all this guy wants is to settle.  This is the latest scam in SFLA.  It's happening to many employers.  Even if they didn't break any laws it's cheaper to settle.  That's why they are doing it. I hope thw Marlins fight this and win it.

 

 

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That's all this guy wants is to settle.  This is the latest scam in SFLA.  It's happening to many employers.  Even if they didn't break any laws it's cheaper to settle.  That's why they are doing it. I hope thw Marlins fight this and win it.

 

If the financial burdern was put on the one that lost the case, you'd see a lot less erroneous claims.

 

If he went 11yrs without bring attention to it before, sorry, that feels like a setup.

 

 

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If the financial burdern was put on the one that lost the case, you'd see a lot less erroneous claims.

 

If he went 11yrs without bring attention to it before, sorry, that feels like a setup.

 

He also brought this up two months after leaving the organization. If he never brought it up during his time there it's even worse. It comes off like sour grapes and just trying to get revenge off the people that let him go. It could also be interpreted that he liked Loria and his previous bosses and didn't mind that they didn't pay him over time but now that he was let go by a different boss he's out to get them... translation: if Loria hadn't left this wouldn't have bothered this guy. 

 

 

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