This website is for current and former Venetian (and Palazzo) Las Vegas workers who were not paid their full wages. The law office sponsoring this website has a currently pending lawsuit claiming room service and banquet service (hospitality) workers did not receive their full share of customer service charge payments. The law office sponsoring this website is also investigating whether housekeepers are owed overtime because they worked "off the clock" cleaning rooms without pay.
Service Charge Claims for Hospitality Workers - A lawsuit is currently pending for these workers over the distribution of the "service" or "gratuity" charges, typically around 20% of a room service or banquet function bill, that was charged to customers. This lawsuit claims that service charge was understood by the customers to be for the workers actually serving or delivering the food and beverages to the customer. It is also claimed that those customers, understanding that a "gratuity was included" in their payment, did not give the hospitality workers serving them a tip. This lawsuit further claims that instead of distributing the service charges it collected to the workers serving or delivering the food and beverages the Venetian kept some of that money for itself or gave it to other workers. The law office bringing this lawsuit believes such alleged conduct by the Venetian, if proven to be true, was improper as the service charges should have been paid 100% to the workers actually serving or delivering the food and beverages upon which the charges were imposed. It believes substantial amounts of unpaid service charges may be owed to Venetian workers. Please contact our office at 702-383-6085 if you would like to participate in this lawsuit, would like more information about this lawsuit, or have information you would like to share. All calls
seeking legal representation are confidential and without obligation,
and if you wish to call only to provide information you need not give
your name. You may also send an email to leongreenberg at
Possible "Off the Clock" Work by Housekeepers - The law office sponsoring this website is investigating whether there may exist a practice of "off the clock" and unpaid work being performed by Venetian housekeepers. Such "off the clock" work could be performed for the following reasons:
(1) A housekeeper is assigned to clean more rooms than they can properly finish in their normal, and fully paid, 8 hour shift; and
(2) Out of concern of being suspended, or fired, if they go over their 8 hour shift and get overtime pay, they "clock out" when their 8 hour shift is over and return to work "off the clock" and without pay to finish cleaning their assigned rooms.
If Venetian housekeepers are performing "off the clock" work they could, depending on the circumstances, have substantial claims for unpaid overtime wages. Please contact our office at 702-383-6085
if you believe you may be owed wages for "off the clock" work you performed as a Venetian housekeeper or if you have other information you would like to
share. All calls seeking legal representation are confidential and without obligation, and if you wish to call only to provide information you need not give your name. You may also send an email to leongreenberg at venetianlawsuit.com.