PITTSBURGH — A New Kensington woman is suing a Michigan company, alleging she was denied proper pay by her employer.
Christy Antonucci of New Kensington filed a lawsuit Aug. 11 in the U.S. District Court for the Western District of Pennsylvania against Maintenance Technology LLC, Alumalight LLC, both of Michigan, and company president Michael Stenback of Birmingham, Michigan, alleging violation of the Pennsylvania Minimum Wage Act.
According to the complaint, Antonucci was employed by Maintenance Technology and Alumalight as both a part and full-time employee, working from home. The suit states upon beginning her employment the defendants failed to train Antonucci to the proper protocol about pay rate and schedule of pay.
Additionally, the lawsuit says, the defendant denied Antonucci overtime pay, although promising her a bonus or paid time off but the plaintiff received none of those benefits.
The plaintiff alleges the defendant failed to maintain records that accurately reflected her daily and weekly hours.
Antonucci seeks damages for compensation of hours worked, overtime and straight time pay, litigation costs attorney fees and other relief. She is represented by attorneys John R. Linosky and Sara E. Linosky of John Linosky & Assoc. in Carnegie.
U.S. District Court for the Middle District of Pennsylvania Case number 2:15-cv-01056
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