We represent a group of former inside sales professionals who worked for N3 since April 2018 under various job titles including but not limited to BDR, IOSM, Account Executive, and Customer Success Managers.
The lawsuit claims that N3 unlawfully classified its inside sales personnel as salaried and/or exempt from overtime compensation AND falsely led its employees to believe that they were not entitled to overtime compensation for hours worked in excess of 40 during any given workweek.
The lawsuit further alleges that N3 violated the Fair Labor Standards Act (29 U.S.C. §216(b)) by failing to pay overtime compensation when:
The lawsuit seeks to recover overtime wages for all present and former INSIDE SALES REPRESENTATIVES, including but not limited to all BDRs, ISOMs and people working under other job titles, for all hours worked over 40 in each and every workweek in the past 3 years.
Eligible employees who join the lawsuit are seeking to recover time and one half the employee's regular rates of pay (which must include the value of all commissions/bonuses earned). The lawsuit also seeks to recover double the sum of the wages owed to each person as liquidated damages, plus payment of all attorney's fees and costs and expenses.
As part of our continuing investigation into the alleged FLSA wage violations by N3 and in an effort to gather evidence in support of our position and corroborate facts about its pay practices, we want to speak to as many present and former inside sales people from N3. We seek to determine if the positions and job duties/requirements are similar for all the various job titles used, as well as to investigate and determine if the alleged unlawful pay practice at issue here is pervasive and long standing at N3.
To be clear, the purpose of this website is NOT to solicit you to opt into and join this collective action lawsuit, (which will seek a national class certification) and to claim your wages, or to advertise our firms. Rather, we are contacting you to determine what your experience has been and if it is similar to what our clients say in this pending lawsuit, and to corroborate facts.
"The FLSA also makes it unlawful to retaliate or discriminate against any person or employee who makes a claim for overtime wages, including participating in any class or collective action to recover overtime wages."
Benjamin L. Williams of Williams Law P.A. is also representing the inside sales representatives. He has successfully represented inside sales representatives in collective actions against fortune 50 organizations.
The law, and First Amendment to the United States Constitution permits attorneys in FLSA class/collective actions to communicate in this form with the class members (current and former employees) before certification. See Cooper v. E. Coast Assemblers, Inc., 21 Wage & Hour Cas. 2d (BNA) 152: January 2013.