A lawsuit has been filed and is seeking class action status against the telecommunications giant for alleging designating employees as managers to avoid paying overtime. The lawsuit was filed in a New Haven Federal Court on behalf of 150 AT&T employees in Connecticut and thousands more across the US. The case is seeking $15 million for Connecticut managers who have worked an average of 60 hours a week for the past two years.

The suit claims manager duties do not include any of the responsibilities that managers would normally be involved in such as hiring, firing, scheduling or assessing the performance of other employees.

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Last updated September 28 2016

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as a manager, i was asked to do jobs beyond the scope of my job description for the last 5 years.

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