Data Management Company Cited Over $400,000

Boston, MA (CompNewsNetwork) - Attorney General Martha Coakley's Office has cited MicroLogic, Inc., formerly located in Westborough, and its president, Sheldon P. Apsell, age 65, of Newton, for violating the Commonwealth's wage and hour laws by failing to pay employees in a timely manner. The citation orders MicroLogic and Apsell to pay over $378,000 in restitution to seven employees, along with nearly $31,000 in fines for the violations.

In December 2008, the Attorney General's Fair Labor Division began an investigation after receiving complaints from several former employees of Micrologic, claiming that they did not receive all of the wages they were owed when the company shut down in September 2008. 

Upon receiving a demand from the Attorney General's Office for certain payroll information, the employer provided documents showing that seven employees had not been paid their wages in violation of the law.

The matter was handled by Assistant Attorney General Kate J. Fitzpatrick and Inspector Leah Turney, both of Attorney General Coakley's Fair Labor Division.

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