Greenway Home Services


Stop Wage Theft Attorneys File Lawsuit Against Greenway for Overtime Pay Due to Past and Current Service Technicians and Installers

Stop Wage Theft Attorneys have filed a collective action under the federal Fair Labor Standards Act seeking to recover unpaid minimum wages and/or overtime compensation owed to past and current Service Technicians and Installers working at Greenway Home Services, LLC and Greenway Home Services of Nashville, LLC (“Greenway”) since September 26, 2015.  Greenway provides commercial and residential repair services for appliances, plumbing repairs, as-well-as heating and cooling repair services and installation, in the Memphis and Nashville, Tennessee areas.

The lawsuit, filed on September 26, 2018, in the United States District Court for the Middle District of Tennessee, alleges that Greenway; its Owner and CEO Whit Greenway; and its President, Devin Williams violated federal law by failing to pay minimum wages and/or overtime pay rightfully owed to Greenway’s Service Technicians and Installers.

The lawsuit alleges that Defendants implemented and enforced illegal policies and practices of 1) docking its Service Technicians and Installers’ pay for damage they allegedly caused to customers’ property during service calls; 2) deducting money from Service Technicians and Installers’ weekly pay for the use of company uniforms, regardless of whether uniforms had been issued; 3) paying Service Technicians and Installers only for completed service calls, despite the number of visits it took to complete the work or the time spent travelling to and from customer locations; 4) refusing to record, calculate, and pay overtime compensation to Service Technicians and Installers, even though Defendants assign them tasks which require significant amounts of overtime hours to accomplish; and 5) failing to keep and maintain accurate records of the hours Service Technicians and Installers worked each workday and each workweek.

If successful, Greenway’s past and current Service Technicians and Installers may be entitled to receive hundreds of dollars each week in unpaid overtime.

Under the federal Fair Labor Standards Act, a past or current employee must join the action in order to recover unpaid overtime.  Otherwise, the amount owed in unpaid overtime may decrease substantially each day or become completely time-barred under the statute of limitations.  SO ACT NOW!

If you are a past or current Service Technicians and Installers for Greenway and wish to learn about your legal rights and what you may be entitled to receive, call Stop Wage Theft Lawyers at 615-242-0434.

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