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U.S. Security Associates

This is a class action for violations of the Arkansas Minimum Wage Act, Arkansas Deceptive Trade Practices, Act, Drug Free Workplaces Act, as well as for conversion and unjust enrichment. U.S. Security Associates is one of the nation’s largest private security services firms. U.S. Security provides security services to various businesses throughout the state, and employed Plaintiffs as nonexempt security officers. Plaintiffs often worked over 40 or more hours in a single workweek but were not paid for all their overtime hours worked. U.S. Security’s security officers are often paid at or near the minimum wage, but due to improper deductions for required uniforms, employee badges, mandatory drug tests, and other items, the employees’ actual hourly rate falls below the minimum wage.

If you worked for U.S. Security Associates within the last 3 years as a security officer and were not paid for all hours worked or experienced improper deductions for required uniforms, employee badges, or mandatory drug tests, you may be entitled to financial compensation.

We are looking for the following information:

  • Any documents or records relating to your claim that you were entitled to overtime or other wages that you did not receive during your employment with U.S. Security Associates;
  • Any documents or records relating to your claim that U.S. Securities deducted the cost of mandatory drug tests from your pay; and
  • Anything that leads you to believe that U.S. Securities knew about overtime and minimum wage laws or about Arkansas’ drug testing laws.

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