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Dallas Printer Pays $96,335 in Back Wages After Department of Labor Investigation

January 18, 2013

The U.S. Department of Labor said Dallas-based Nieman Printing Inc. has paid $96,335 in overtime back wages to 101 employees following a department investigation.

The company violated the overtime provisions of the Fair Labor Standards Act, according to the Labor Department. In addition to the overtime wages, civil penalties totaled $26,000.

"This company knowingly used illegal employment tactics to avoid paying workers overtime," said Cynthia Watson, regional administrator for the Wage and Hour Division in the Southwest.

Nieman Printing agreed to comply fully with the FLSA, and paid back wages and civil penalties in full, according to the Labor Department.

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