Cerner Employee Overtime Class Action Settlement (Missouri Only)
You are a class member if you worked for Cerner Missouri from March 5, 2012 until the present.
The amount your receive will depend on the number of qualified applicants and whether or not you worked exclusively in Missouri or bot in and out of state
Proof of Purchase
Fred Speer, et al. v. Cerner Corporation,Case No. 4:14-cv-00204-FJG District Court for the Western District of Missouri
Plaintiffs Fred Speer and Mike McGuirk (“Class Representatives”) allege Cerner Corporation (and/or its predecessors, successors, subsidiaries, and affiliated entities, collectively “Cerner”) violated the Fair Labor Standards Act and Missouri state law by: (i) failing to timely pay salaried, non-exempt employees their overtime wages, (ii) failing to properly calculate overtime wages to non-exempt employees who earned certain types of additional compensation, and (iii) failing to comply with the requirements for paying salaried, non-exempt employees’ overtime on a fluctuating workweek basis (i.e. half-time overtime instead of time-and-a-half overtime). Cerner denies these allegations and has also set forth affirmative defenses. Cerner wishes to settle this litigation to avoid costly and time-consuming litigation, but does not admit to any wrongdoing or liability.