- Cecelia Skipper-Pannell versus Trustaff (2007)
- Deborah Lydy versus Trustaff (2012)
- 5. The patient appeared to be sleeping as Claimant approached her bed, which was low to the
floor and did not have side rails. As Claimant bent down to ask the patient how she could
assist her, the patient reared up, grabbed Claimant by the hair, jerked her down and started
shaking her violently. For two or three minutes she shook Claimant by the hair, digging her
nails into Claimant’s scalp and drawing blood. The incident ended when another nurse came
to Claimant’s aid and disentangled her from the patient’s grasp.
- 6. Claimant testified credibly that during the attack she felt afraid and helpless. As a medical
professional, she did not consider it an option to defend herself against her patient’s
- 7. After she collected herself, Claimant (Deborah Lydy) realized that both her left knee and her left foot hurt,
and also that she had a burning sensation in her neck. She ended her shift early and went to
the emergency room. There she was diagnosed with an acute cervical strain and a fracture of
her left great toe. For her neck injury she was advised to apply ice and to wear a sling to
immobilize her left arm. For her toe fracture she was instructed to wear orthotic shoes. The
emergency room records do not reference any complaints of, or treatment for, left foot or
- 9. Claimant was released to return to desk work only in three days’ time. Unfortunately,
Defendant (Trustaff) had no desk duty available, and instead advised her that unless she was 100
percent recovered it would not allow her to return to work. In that event, furthermore, it would
no longer pay for her housing in Vermont. Claimant could not afford this. Having no personal
ties to Vermont outside of her job, she decided to move with her son to Arizona.
- Brenda Robinette versus Trustaff (2016)
- Brenda Robinette wrote "I am seeking monetary relief in the amount of 100,000 dollar from the defendents. I was discriminated against by Trustaff's client Ohio Health outreach labs & they ended my contract assignment. Trustaff did nothing on my behalf as their employer, rather retaliated against me and did not get me futher assignments. They also caused me to owe IRS due to not sending W-2's in a timely manner. They also breached contract & did not pay any housing or travel expenses on my behalf. As well as other damages & unlawful practice included in my complaint. I am seeking monetary relief in the amount of 100,000 dollars"
- Los Robles class action lawsuit (2016)
- alleges that Trustaff (1) failed to provide all reporting time pay (Cal. Lab. Code §§ 218 and 1198), (2) failed
to pay overtime wages at the appropriate rate of pay (Cal. Lab. Code §§ 510 and 1194), (3) failed to provide meal periods
(Cal. Lab. Code §§ 226.7 and 512), (4) failed to authorize and permit rest periods (Cal. Lab. Code § 226.7), (5) failed to
furnish complete and accurate wage statements (Cal. Lab. Code § 226), (6) failed to timely pay wages upon termination or
resignation (Cal. Lab. Code §§ 201-203), (7) violated the California Labor Code Private Attorneys General Act of 2004
(Cal. Lab. Code § 2699) (“PAGA”), (8) violated California’s Unfair Competition Law (Cal. Bus. & Prof. Code §§ 17200
et seq.) (“UCL”); and (9) failed to pay wages in violation of the Fair Labor Standards Act (“FLSA”).
- "A proposed class of 1,900 nurses urged a California federal judge Monday to approve a $3.77 million settlement to resolve allegations they were stiffed on overtime pay and meal breaks by temp-worker company Trustaff Travel Nurses LLC."...“Indeed, Trustaff has agreed to pay a minimum of 60% in the amount of the net settlement amount for distribution to class members who file timely, valid claims,” the filing said.
- Jennifer Susanne Bild versus Trustaff (2016)
- State of Arkansas versus Trustaff (2017)
- Trustaff was delinquent paying taxes to the State of Arkansas
- Bridgette Ketchum about Trustaff (2017)
- Brandi Ragan about Trustaff (2017)
- April Rich-Rupe about Trustaff (2017)
- Lucero Pena about Trustaff (2017)
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