- Current known subsidiaries of Tech Mahindra:
- The CJS Solutions, LLC
- The HCI Group
- Infinity HIT, LLC
- SOFGEN Holdings
- Lightbridge Communications Corporation
- Target Group
- Sweden based Type Approval Lab
- vCustomer BPO and Hutchison Global Services
- iPolicy Networks Private Limited
- Tech Mahindra Wikipedia page
- Sanders V CJS Solutions (The HCI Group) (2017)
"Plaintiffs also alleged that they were "regularly" required to work twelve hour shifts for seven days a week while consulting for HCI. I d. ¶ 44. Sanders alleged that she and between sixty and one hundred other HCI consultants worked for twelve hours a day, seven days a week, while working at the Hospital for Special Surgery in January 2016. I d. ¶ 45. Wilson alleged that he and approximately sixty other HCI consultants worked the same schedule at Monteore Hospital in October 2015. I d. ¶ 46. Plaintiffs were paid, however, on an hourly basis for the hours they worked and were not paid at an overtime rate for hours worked beyond a forty hour workweek.
- "The Settlement Agreement reached by the parties provides that Defendants will pay up to $3,240,000.000 (the "Gross Settlement Amount") "in exchange for the release of the Named Plaintiffs' Released Claims and the Class Members' Released Claims." Settlement Agreement (Doc. 93-2) at ¶ 14(n).
Before being distributed to Settlement Class Members, the Gross Settlement Amount will provide a service award of $10,000 to each Named Plaintiff."
- Garrett V CJS Solutions (The HCI Group) (2017)
67. HCI knowingly failed to compensate Plaintiff and the FLSA Collective Action Members at a rate of one and one-half (1 ½) times their regular hourly wage for hours worked in excess of forty (40) hours
per week, in violation of 29 U.S.C. § 207(a)(1).
68. In violating the FLSA, HCI acted willfully and with reckless disregard of clearly applicable FLSA provisions.
69. In violating the FLSA, on information and belief, HCI did not have any good faith basis to rely on any legal opinion or advice to the contrary.
70. HCI also failed to provide Plaintiff and Collective Action Members with specified meal and rest breaks during their scheduled shifts. Plaintiff often worked straight through a day without breaks, or with only a short break for lunch during a 12-hour shift.
78. HCI violated RCW 49.46.130 by failing to pay Plaintiff and the Washington Class members the legally required overtime wages for all hours worked in excess of forty (40) hours per week.
79. HCI violated RCW 49.46.130 by failing to provide Plaintiff and the Washington Class the rest and meal breaks to which they were entitled under RCW 49.12.005 and WAC 296-126-002.
104. RCW 49.48.010 provides that “when any employee shall cease to work for an employer, whether by discharge or by voluntary withdrawal, the wages due him on account of his employment shall be paid to him at the end of the established pay period.” The statute further states that it shall be unlawful for “any employer to withhold or divert any portion of an employee’s wages.”
105. By the actions alleged above, Defendant has violated the provisions of RCW 49.48.010.
108. RCW 49.52.050 provides that any employer or agent of any employer who, “[w]ilfully and with intent to deprive the employee of any part of his wages, shall pay any employee a lower wage than the wage such employer is obligated to pay such employee by any statute, ordinance, or contract” shall be guilty of a misdemeanor.
109. Defendant’s alleged unlawful actions against Plaintiff and the Class discussed above, including violations of RCW 49.46.130, RCW 49.46.090, RCW 49.46.012, RCW 49.46.080, and WAC 296-126-092, were committed willfully and with intent to deprive Plaintiff and the Washington Class of part of their wages.
- India based 'Tech Mahindra' acquires 'CJS Solutions Group LLC' who dba 'The HCI Group' (2017)
- Bloomberg profile of The CJS Solutions, LLC (2018)
- Infinity HIT , LLC - Subsidiary of The CJS Solutions, LLC (2018)
- Angela Coffaro complaint (2018)
- MPR News article about EPIC contract in Minnesota (2018)
- Beckers Hospital Review article about EPIC contract in Minnesota (2018)
- KAAL TV news article about EPIC contract in Minnesota (2018)
- David Bell from The HCI Group threatens nurses at EPIC contract in Minnesota (2018)
- Tim Mecalis from The HCI Group telling their nurses not to communicate with the media at EPIC contract in Minnesota (2018)
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